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06-24-2006 02:11 PM
possum snot adhesive

Thanks Henry Highrise. I will have to wife pick some up this week. I am slow to geta anything done i am gone so much during the week. that is why it takes me so long to get back with someone on the internet.
06-15-2006 12:32 PM
Don Lyon
molding adhesive

3M adhesive, 1300 or 1357. Comes in a tube. Mask to protect painted areas. Follow instructions. Commonly called "possum snot". Good stuff.
06-15-2006 08:38 AM
scrot Adhesive tape made for body side molding is very sticky and holds up well.try this
06-14-2006 08:31 PM
Henry Highrise Welcome to Hotrodders...Just make yourself at home and enjoy the site. Best to ask that question in the Body forum.
06-14-2006 07:55 PM
molding adhesive

Hey Gents, I am looking for a weather adhesive that will hold to paint and to rubber. This is real rubber, not the rubber coating over foam. The project is a 20 year old Peterbilt. I need to seal the sleeper boot I have tried latex based caulk and silicone based caulk, neither has adhered very long.

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