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Old 04-20-2004, 19:32   #1 (permalink)
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plastic strip?

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I have to stick the grey plastic strip that sits behind the side indicators on the front guards back on.. its only a small piece and i was wondering if anyone knew what would be a good glue to stick it on with? i know originally they use that double sided tape stuff but im assuming you cant buy small sections like i need.. any ideas?

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i'm sure you could get a small role of double sided tape, and cut it to size.
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Old 04-20-2004, 20:16   #3 (permalink)
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The double sided tape is only about $7. Just means youll have an extra 9.9 metres to spare
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As said above just use double sided tape. Thats what i used and it hasn't come off yet.
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a tube of sikaflex works a treat
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Double sided tape is the best option imo. Can be removed with relitive ease if needs be in the future.
go to super cheap, i think its like $8 for 12 meters. So pretty cheap.
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safeway has double sided tape for about 3 bux for a small roll. its good enuf
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ok thanks for the ideas..
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