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Thunderhawk Repair Resin?


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Looking for opinions on reparing a broken piece of resin underneath my Thunderhawk gunship. I was drilling a hole underneath the T-Hawk to place it on a stand and about 25% of the circle I drilled broke. I was thinking of using green stuff and maybe sanding it down. Just wonder on how well that will support the bird once its on a stand airborne? Any thoughts or help would be appreciated.



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Greenstuff isn't good for that kind of thing. Can you take a picture of the damaged area?


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I'd definitely like to see the damaged area too.  Greenstuff is a lot more flexible and I've never had that great a time in sanding it or having it even properly stick under stress (have to put down some superglue before for it to do much structurally).  I'd suggest milliput is a more likely repair aid. 


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