Crack Expander

$49.95

The perfect solution for long cracks, Crack Expanders open tight cracks and keep them open during the repair. These handy tools are often bought in sets of two or more.
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Crack Expanders allow you to open up tight cracks so that resin can flow during the repair process. To use, apply the Crack Expanders to the backside of the glass, along the crack. Gently tighten the screw to open the crack. Depending on the length of the crack, it may be helpful to use multiple Crack Expanders.
For use with Zoom, G3 ProVac, ecoVac, and ProVac 2000 injectors.
Click here to see Crack Expanders in action.

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Training Videos

Tools for Long Crack Repair

Why Offer Long Crack Repair

How to Use Crack Expanders

Long Crack Repair Training

How to Repair a Windshield

Step One

Load the Resin

Add a few drops of resin into the tip of the Zoom injector.

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Step Two

Mount the Zoom

Attach the tripod stand to the glass, and mount the Zoom over the impact point of the break.

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Step Three

Remove the Air

Initiate a vacuum by turning the Zoom handle counterclockwise until it stops. Leave it for at least one minute.

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Step Four

Inject the Resin

Turn the Zoom handle clockwise until you see the Outer White Seal flare. Allow resin to flow for at least one minute.

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Step Five

Cure the Resin

Place the ProCur+ curing light directly over the Zoom. Use the built-in timer to cure for about one minute.

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Step Six

Fill the Pit

Remove all tools from the glass. Use one drop of Pit Filler and a Film Tab to level the surface of the glass. Cure the Pit Filler.

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Step Seven

Polish the Repair

Use a razor blade to remove the extra Pit Filler. Use a small drop of Pit Polish and a cork to polish the repair.

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Zoom Demo

See It in Action

Most rock chips can be repaired in just a few minutes.

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Products Used:

Professional Windshield Repair Kit

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