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Hi!

My beat-up/go-to-work car needs a quick, cheap fix.

To keep the story short, I need a thick glue that will glue a thick piece of rubber to plastic, and withstand some 'warm' temps.

What kind of glue do you guys recommend? Does JB Weld make something for peices other than metals?

Thanks,

Tom

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I'd break out the 2 part epoxy, that stuff is STRONG. I have some industrial formula that my dad got, it glues anything to anything, including fingers.

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Thats right, I forgot about epoxy. DUH!!!

Hey I notice you have a 90 Eagle Talon TSI. My clunker car is a 92 Eclipse GSX. Do you have a ton of problems with yours?

Tom
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I don't have many problems w/ it actually, but its not stock and I know my way around it pretty well... I fry turbos every once in a while, but I also run about 17 PSI of boost, and I have the usually DSM problems w/ the power windows sticking and little nit-picky things. I don't think the tranny is original as it shifts WAAAY too smooth, but it has 135000 miles on it. What are you having problems w/?, before my Mach I had a 92 TSi AWD that was t-boned.

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'72 Mach 1 || '90 Talon TSi AWD
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"Thats not a leak, my car's marking its territory!"
"If you've done it, it ain't braggin'." -Roy Rogers
 

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Try the black 3M Weatherstrip adhesive (originally made only in yellow).

For years, I've been using it to hold valvecover gaskets to valvecovers.

BTW, it is a "CONTACT" cement. this means read the directions. It must be applied (thinly) to BOTH PARTS, let to dry and then stick them together. So many people unsucessfully try to use it as a normal glue!

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