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Posted on Powermatic PM66 Cracked Trunnion

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#1 posted 12-27-2014 11:34 PM

Even more crazy of an idea.. Marine-Tex. I’ve used it to repair cracked engine blocks and other cast iron parts. I tried JB-weld once on a cracked tractor exhaust manifold and it failed in pretty short order, but Marine-Tex worked and has been holding tight for over 10 years now. If you have some JB-weld handy, give it a try.. if it doesn’t work or you don’t have any, give Marine-Tex a whirl. Best repair would be to weld it, but it won’t hurt anything to give either of the two epoxies a try first.


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