Looking awesome !
Not sure yet. I was thinking if the glue method. Haven’t completely decided yet. Either I’ll cut out another 1/8 piece of wood to surround han (to raise it up) or I’ll use the glue. Haven’t decided yet.I would thing a industrial grade adhesive would work like Loctite 505. Amazon has it : https://www.amazon.com/dp/B000BOCAUS?aaxitk=dKXqW4ayXiXpMU7B6LiT7A&pd_rd_i=B000BOCAUS&pf_rd_m=ATVPDKIKX0DER&pf_rd_p=3507616222&pd_rd_wg=91aJL&pf_rd_r=25VYN2A0P92WSHDSYGE5&pf_rd_s=desktop-sx-top-slot&pf_rd_t=301&pd_rd_w=vDRe5&pf_rd_i=industrial+adhesives+in+a+caulk+tube&pd_rd_r=d10c3748-cb38-4af4-9003-96f70c48a63e&hsa_cr_id=5913377600001
I am assuming you will be blending the edges of Han into the surface of your backing board too. Do you know what you will use for that, or do you just plan on using Bondo ?
I agree. I ended up doing both. When it is still expanding it is a huuuuuuge mess. But way easier to remove. I now have foam slime all over my garage. I just tried to manage it enough so I didn’t have to cut away a lot when it hardens.I've experienced working with expanding foam, that it is easier to scrape away the excess while it is still expanding than to wait for it to set up and have to cut all the access afterwards !!
Looking Good 5/0 !!