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    Senior Member slinger's Avatar
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    FiberFix

    I just heard about a product called "FiberFix" that looks like it would be a great option for field-expedient repairs ... of just about anything.

    It's a funny video too:
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    Too Funny.
    Now that is a real product, right?
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    Video removed by user.

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    The product shows up in stores including Walmart. Don't know if in store or online only.

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    Strange that the video was removed. Looks like you can access it through their website:
    https://fiberfixnow.com/thevideo
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    Last edited by SHAG; 02-06-2017 at 07:35 PM.
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    Go like hell, You'll get there quicker!

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    I think they faked it. the roll cage was welded under the tape.
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    The Fiber Fix is some good stuff. I used it to fix a shovel handle that kept breaking. After I replaced the handle for the 2nd time I wrapped it up with the Fiber Fix and so far so good. I guess it would make a good field repair product but you to be able to soak it in water for a bit first.

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