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08-18-2006 10:21 AM
DanTwoLakes Hi: Just use a good quality contact cement like 3-M or Dap Weldwood top and trim adhesive. If all your doing is a small amount of gluing, you should be able to find spray cans of either one, or something comparable. Good luck.
08-18-2006 05:02 AM
Stapleing to plastic panels

Hey Fellas
I have found two excellent looking Aerostar panels. But have to reapply the map pockets and trim carpet. I have tryed short staples from my air staple gun, but they still will not go in. I don't want to crack the panels. Does anyone have any ideas. The shop, that I get my supplies from said just to glue it. Thanks fellas Will post complete pictures after interior and exterior complete next month.

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