MSR Quick Aluminum

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MSR Quick Aluminum
MSR Quick Aluminum
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MSR's Quick Aluminum Epoxy Putty will harden in only 15 minutes. It is a no-waste, self-contained hardener which you apply directly to surfaces when it is needed.

  • Quick Aluminum gets hard in 15 minutes.
  • No waste; break off only what is needed.
  • Self-contained hardener.
  • Break off, knead and apply.
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Location: wythville, va
brickhouse
Worked well

used this to fill in a ffew chips on the motor from enduro. it seams to be workin well hardened up an almost matchs color of motor. still dont know how long its gonna hold up

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makein Location: plymouth MA
me203
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spence Over 6 years ago
Is it shiny ??
i have a cr250 and it has a polished frame, my bike some how fell over in the back of my truck and put a ding in the frame, and i want to know if it will look good if i fill it in with this stuff...
MotoSport Staff
Over 6 years ago Location: P+RTLAND
Drewski
It will look alright, it's not going to be polished or anything like your frame, but depending on how big the ding is it shouldn't look too bad.
makein Over 6 years ago Location: plymouth MA
Will this seal a crack in a crank case ??
MotoSport Staff
Over 6 years ago Location: P+RTLAND
Drewski
It's worth a shot, but it's not going to be the most solid thing out there.
me203 Over 6 years ago
What is it for?
Top 10 Contributor
Over 6 years ago Location: Portland
Nate675
2 part epoxy to mend aluminum cracks or breaks, not recommended for high load bearing structures.
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