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Old 21 Jun 2011, 12:46 am
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Default Hairline crack on stock header in 99 civc dx

When i pop cover off to get o2 sensor off the top of stock header has a hairline crack on the top...

Would it be wise to put a little JB weld on this crack or should i use somthing else?????

I dont have lots of funds right now and want a temp. soultion.

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