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Deckman001

posted on 5/5/21 at 01:47 PM Reply With Quote
POLYURETHANE ADHESIVE/SEALANT

POLYURETHANE ADHESIVE/SEALANT

As above, anyone got a nearly empty tube that I can have to fix my speedo magnets after I had to move them for IVA and the used adhesive only lasted about 15 miles on the road, My tube has gone off now and I need so little there isn't much point buying a whole tube for the small amount that i need.

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Jason

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theconrodkid

posted on 5/5/21 at 01:50 PM Reply With Quote
i used superglue, they stayed till i sold the car and beyond





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steve m

posted on 5/5/21 at 02:18 PM Reply With Quote
super glue and a tie wrap over them ?





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Deckman001

posted on 5/5/21 at 02:51 PM Reply With Quote
Hmmm interesting thought guys, that I hadn't had I've got both so will give it a go when the engine is back in, raising and controlling the gearbox

Jason

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nick205

posted on 5/5/21 at 03:26 PM Reply With Quote
IIRC I used superglue to stick my magnets on as well. Did me for 3k miles and then another 2 owners (I lost track of the car after that).

Didn't bother with tie wraps.

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watsonpj

posted on 5/5/21 at 04:32 PM Reply With Quote
Araldite worked for me used the long cure for extra strength and just tapped them in place until it went off. Araldite can deal with surface imperfections better than superglue but the superglue gel will probably work as well.
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wowblaauw

posted on 5/5/21 at 06:26 PM Reply With Quote
Metal epoxy worked for me in fact any of the epoxy 2 part glued should work.





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wowblaauw

posted on 5/5/21 at 06:26 PM Reply With Quote
Metal epoxy worked for me in fact any of the epoxy 2 part glued should work.





"Life should NOT be a journey to the grave with the intention of arriving safely in an attractive and well preserved body, but rather to skid in sideways, chocolate in one hand, wine in the other, body thoroughly used up, totally worn out and screaming...
Damn, What a ride!!"

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Deckman001

posted on 5/5/21 at 08:13 PM Reply With Quote
Cheers all, some great advice there so many thanks

Jason

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gingerprince

posted on 8/5/21 at 08:57 AM Reply With Quote
Another vote for metal epoxy. Mine is JB Welded and been on for years.
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