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  • JimMc
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    whiskywizard wrote:
    Keeping it really simple... Buy a small pack of epoxy at a hardware store. Follow the directions and mix up a very small amount. Like the amount of toothpaste you'd use to brush with. Use a toothpick to fill the hole with epoxy and snap off the toothpick in the hole. It doesn't need to be tight in the hole. Drive in the old snap and screw. Let epoxy cure before you use it.
    Yep, that's about it.

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    Keeping it really simple... Buy a small pack of epoxy at a hardware store. Follow the directions and mix up a very small amount. Like the amount of toothpaste you'd use to brush with. Use a toothpick to fill the hole with epoxy and snap off the toothpick in the hole. It doesn't need to be tight in the hole. Drive in the old snap and screw. Let epoxy cure before you use it.

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    Snap screw hole stripped-gctid386039

    I have some of the threaded snap screws that have pulled the threads out of the fiberglass any tips on how to repair hole or is there a replacement snap with larger threads ?

    Thanks Doug
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