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Username Post: Window flipper fuzzies        (Topic#355032)
55_FEVER 
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Loc: Abbotsford, B.C. Canada
Reg: 01-23-02
01-30-19 10:42 PM - Post#2758629    

Wondering what the best adhesive is for securing the new fuzzies to the flipper assemblies. Was thinking about JB Weld as the replacements aren’t as secure as the originals



 
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acardon 
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Loc: DFW TEXAS
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01-31-19 09:30 AM - Post#2758647    
    In response to 55_FEVER

I used fiberglass rosin, which is about the same thing, and it worked well.

Don
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57 2dr HT (driving)
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55_FEVER 
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02-02-19 05:59 PM - Post#2758851    
    In response to acardon

Thanks Don. Before affixing those, i cleaned up the piece that fits just behind the door - I think called the upper quarter channel (curved piece 40" long). It looks like the roll of velcro type material that came in Danchuk kit 172 is to be used inside this. It looks like a bear to replace the felt in there. Any insight?



 
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