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Old 27 August 2011, 12:22   #1
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Rear Seat Removal

Hello, I am intending to remove two rear jockey seats from my Humber Destroyer, just wondering what should I do about the screw holes? put the old screws back in (not a great idea) or fill them with something?

All suggestions greatly received

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Old 27 August 2011, 13:51   #2
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Don't know exactly the size/depth of the holes in this case but one way of doing it is to slightly shape the holes so you can add putty/filler into them. I would use 2 K epoxy filler. Check that the holes and and surrounding is dry before working on it.
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