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Broken?

Is there anyway possible to fix this im clueless and im trying to figure out a way, any thoughts?
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Nope, its dead. What did you hit? Oh if anyone says you can, they're technically right, but it wont last more than a few days.

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yep, that's toasted...
not worth the trouble of trying to repair it.


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A idea popped into my head I will show you guys the progress lol, but it hit a rock going about 30.
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Pour some epoxy or fiberglass resin in there and put as many clamps on it as you can. It won't last forever but it should be good for a few days at least. That's some bad damage, worse than a normal de-lam, board is done.
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pop rivets and a lot of epoxy


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pop rivets and a lot of epoxy
This and Capita is all I gotta say about this one.
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