Re: Body mounts
You probably know this but just in case...if you use a heat gun to form the Lexan remove the protective paper before heating. If not it will stick and it's a bear to get it off afterward. I've done some Lexan work and it will form nice but the trick is to get enough heat without warping. The heat needs to be applied over a large area with a big nozzled heat gun or the bend will not be consistant throughout its length. My crew and I did some machine guards a couple of years ago and they came out neat but we trashed a few square feet of the plastic before we found out how to do it right. Its expensive stuff and unless you feel confident you might want to stick with piecing it instead of trying to form it in one part. Just advice based on experience. Good luck, keep us posted.
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