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Old 01-Jun-2007, 12:08 AM
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Where to buy Fiberglass Supplies (Resin, Roller)?

Hi all,

Does anyone know where I can pick up fiberglass supplies in bulk in the GTA area? The Bondo resin at CDNTire is too small for me. I am also looking for a fiberglass roller.

Thanks guys.
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hello there is a place in north york called plastic world they are at allen and sheppard they sell fiberglass carbon fiber resin rollers and everything you need
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A place called Canada composites in Mississauga just south of the airport, just west of Dixie road. They have it all and very good prices. I get all of my carbon fiber and epoxy there.
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A place called Canada composites in Mississauga just south of the airport, just west of Dixie road. They have it all and very good prices. I get all of my carbon fiber and epoxy there.
I got there as well. The customer service starts at C-Level but their quality is very good and the pricing is good.
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I got there as well. The customer service starts at C-Level but their quality is very good and the pricing is good.
I found them pretty good with the service, I did know exactly what I was looking for, and I think I knew just as much about composites as the guy working the desk. Maybe that has something to do with the service. One nice thing is that they have a very good selection of products and some types of carbon that are more structural than the twill that carbon hoods are made from. But the biggest thing is they have great prices.
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I found them pretty good with the service, I did know exactly what I was looking for, and I think I knew just as much about composites as the guy working the desk. Maybe that has something to do with the service. One nice thing is that they have a very good selection of products and some types of carbon that are more structural than the twill that carbon hoods are made from. But the biggest thing is they have great prices.
The asian kid or the receding hair white guy? I'm type A personality and need questions answered when I need them. So my first experience with the both of them was a waste of time. I remember the receding hair guy told me I could not receive a sample. Went into the corporate section there spoke to a rep and got my sample.

I keep going back to Canada Composites whenever I'm doing anything custom, but I remember to get my info straight before I go there.
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I keep going back to Canada Composites whenever I'm doing anything custom, but I remember to get my info straight before I go there.[/QUOTE]

what kind of custome stuff do you do? I mostly do small carbon parts for rally cars, and repair carbon bicycles. I have built a few hoods for people, but just ones that you can't get, like acura el hoods, and older European stuff.
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I keep going back to Canada Composites whenever I'm doing anything custom, but I remember to get my info straight before I go there.
what kind of custome stuff do you do? I mostly do small carbon parts for rally cars, and repair carbon bicycles. I have built a few hoods for people, but just ones that you can't get, like acura el hoods, and older European stuff.[/QUOTE]

When I first got into it I carbon fiber'd everything I could get my hands on. Tiolet handle has some carbon fiber on it

I've done several of my Del Sol pieces in carbon fiber, some RSX interior parts for a friend and randle household items just to practice and get in preparation for this fiberglass avenger hood I want to do.

I haven't done the real fun stuff like you. I'm just a hobbyist
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