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Old 04-08-2006, 07:59 AM   #11
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Opcod, would you mind telling us what that place is in Montreal? I live in Montreal and I'd prefer getting it at less than 5$ a yard instead of over 15$
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Old 04-08-2006, 10:12 AM   #12
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It's on the :

Boulevard ou rue l'Espérance. 6 ou 7 rue vers l'est en sortant du métro Frontenac. Près de l'angle Ontario. Les Réno ou autres c juste de la résine Mondo et c plus fait pour des chars ou autre.
J'ai pas le nom en tête, mais c la.
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Old 04-19-2006, 10:20 PM   #13
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Was in Calgary today especially looking for epoxy. Times have changed as my last batch came from a source that has dryed up. (closed)
I purchased some 51 system from Alberta Plastic's and Paint. Basicly the same as West as they are both 5 to 1 but the shear strength is a little stronger. Also it is Canadian so a touch cheaper. The lady Lois was very nice to me and explained a lot about epoxy and setups. They have cloth and other stuff(fillers & stiffeners, core material) for the full scale guy's and she stocks for us the lighter glass.
The reason I am trying this is that the company also makes the certified epoxy for full scale. If anybody wants the address and how to get there you can pm me.
One of her customer she supplies in 5 gal. batchs build's as she said spy planes. I appreciatted her taking the time for me.
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