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#1 posted 01-26-2010 03:31 AM

I would just fill it in with tinted epoxy then re-surface it. That would leave it as a character mark but make it so bacteria etc don’t pool in the crack. If it was in the dump, I might let it sit in the shop or house for a good long while to get out any moisture it aquired when outdoors. May have been what caused the crack.

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