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alright guys first of all let me say im a hydro guy not a body man the guy who does all the body work on my rides is out of comision for a while so i decided i was gonna bondo up my bike frame myself i got all my sheetmetal on i can do that. but the bondo is drying to quickly i didnt use that much hardner but it was real humid last night thats the only time i can work cause it's like a 100 degrees here in cali so what can i do to keep it from drying so quickly and make it a little more workable?
 

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Originally posted by 81low@Jul 25 2005, 10:05 PM
alright guys first of all let me say im a hydro guy not a body man the guy who does all the body work on my rides is out of comision for a while so i decided i was gonna bondo up my bike frame myself i got all my sheetmetal on i can do that.  but the bondo is drying to quickly i didnt use that much hardner but it was real humid last night thats the only time i can work cause it's like a 100 degrees here in cali so what can i do to keep it from drying so quickly and make it a little more workable?
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try not using so much harderner...

ratio is one line across the diameter
 
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