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Old 01-23-2004, 07:38 PM
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Between my 2 doors on each side (4dr sedan) My interior with cardboard underneath won't stay very well, Ive tried tacking but I really need something to stick to my door frame so I can then tack it down! Any suggestions, thanks Dana

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Hey, Dana

If it's pretty much staying, but you just need to tighten up some spots, I'd try some double-faced carpet tape. Velcro strips also come to mind, but they may be a bit too thick.

If it's a major problem, I'd take 'em out, use the old cardboard for templates and make new panels.

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Substitue the cardboard for some 1/8" Masonite. Much more durable and easier to attach fasteners to.

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Try some good water proof cement...Like Weldwood contact cement for for mica.....Make sure your post is clean and your cardboard is not dirty.....let it setup a little before you stick it together.....This is a permanent fix...... Vince....***

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