Plz help, material for bumpers..

jind86

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Can someone plz tell me wad does PU stand for ?? As in the material for bumpers and which is better - PU or fiber ??
 

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pu stands for poly urethane. i think its just a stronger version of your average fibre lah thats all. but got sure diff when your ram a stone on the road wif the 2 diff materials. i would defintely say go for pu or the thick fibre but prefrerably pu.
 

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PU (its actually PU fiberglass composite) is used to make parts thats is more durable compared to a common fiberglass composite.. mainly due to the PU property that is more flexible, the common fiberglass resin is more rapuh making it easier to break on impact.. however a thick fiberglass can be a good choice for it is cheaper and stronger than those kedai abang ones...
 

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