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Old 03-12-2017, 09:32 PM
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Default repairing rubber

I'm not sure if I have posted this before but just in case it never hurts to do it twice. I have discovered that the gorilla super glue works vary good on rubber products. doses the corners on the weather striping in fine style and make a solid repair on these pieces that have become torn threw no fault of there own. here is a piece of l shaped rubber that superior used to cove the pinch weld on the a pillar. we tore off one piece removing it and the door wore threw it at the top. saved up from paying twice as much to ship, then to get a product that might not be anything but close.

we use the weld wood contact cement to put the rubber products on the car.
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