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WOW! What are the chances that I'd find this! I just about finished making a friction drive bike and was looking for the strength of JB Weld for attaching a peg to a driveshaft of a weed wacker engine! I can't believe I found this, 6 years late in response though lol...
If it were me Id probably get a hold of some fiberglass cloth like used in autobody work or kevlar cloth both are easly to get at autobody supply shops or canoe shops and use it with the epoxy layering it like a plaster cast rapping the joints etc it would be hella strong :)
Does the two stage epoxy work under high temps?
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