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#1 posted 01-08-2012 07:35 PM

Personally, for a quick and easy fix I would shovel a layer of thick bondo or epoxy in the hole, (mixed with sawdust), then wrap the stretcher with saran wrap and stuff it in the hole, removing it quickly. Let the bondo/epoxy cure, then stuff and glue the stretcher back in the hole with Gorilla expanding foam glue.
I will bet dollars to donuts that the stretcher will never move again.

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