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Old 10-17-2017, 03:51 PM   #1
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My 31-0 1986 Soverign has a slight crack in the shower pan. It is mid-bath model. Pan is made of plastic??? I think but not positive. Would a typical "West System" fiberglass/epoxy patch and repair be a suitable repair?

Have some misgivings about the plastic/fiberglass/epoxy systems achieving the proper adhesion? Would sure appreciate any pointers. Also, IF it became absolutely necessary, can the shower pan be removed separately from the rest of the sower unit, i.e. the shower seat and surround??

Thanks for the help



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