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Old 07-28-2019, 01:40 PM   #1
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How did you fill this void

I want to fill the depressed area in. Have considered X30 foam, sandable foamboard, sheetmetal, plywood and bondo, glue in a block of foam and cut with a hot wire and body filler. Has anyone done this?
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I want to fill the depressed area in. Have considered X30 foam, sandable foamboard, sheetmetal, plywood and bondo, glue in a block of foam and cut with a hot wire and body filler. Has anyone done this?
on TV I watched a custom car shop build a complete custom interior using spray foam - dash, console, etc - after it hardened, the cut and sanded it to the shape they wanted, then glued upholstery to it - that foam does get quite hard and stable - if you had a layer of harder material over top, it might work for your job - have you thought about welding steel in place to cover the indent? - would be a lot less work than you are contemplating
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