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Old 04-22-2011, 01:19 PM
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Pannel adhesive with lepages Buldog grip PL Premium

Hi Guys
A friend told me that guys are using a cheaper type of pannel adhesion.
Lepages makes Glues in tubes Constuction glue 4000 ,PLPremium (PolyeUrithane).
I wounder if anyone has tried this stuff to apply metal to metal ,metal to poly bumper flares etc.
I did some test pieces of Metal To Metal with 4000 it seems to hold OK
" " " " pieces with PLPremium and they didnt stick at all ???? (the tube says it is superior (premium). It didnt dry up at all. Maybe I got a bad tube of stuff OR after reading the instuctions again it said material must be above 5 degrees C or 42 deg F. It was cold last night.
Anyway what do you think about using this stuff for a cheaper way to adhear pannels ? Has anyone tried it ?
Conroy

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Old 04-22-2011, 06:40 PM
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Hi Guys
A friend told me that guys are using a cheaper type of pannel adhesion.
Lepages makes Glues in tubes Constuction glue 4000 ,PLPremium (PolyeUrithane).
I wounder if anyone has tried this stuff to apply metal to metal ,metal to poly bumper flares etc.
I did some test pieces of Metal To Metal with 4000 it seems to hold OK
" " " " pieces with PLPremium and they didnt stick at all ???? (the tube says it is superior (premium). It didnt dry up at all. Maybe I got a bad tube of stuff OR after reading the instuctions again it said material must be above 5 degrees C or 42 deg F. It was cold last night.
Anyway what do you think about using this stuff for a cheaper way to adhear pannels ? Has anyone tried it ?
Conroy
Use Tec Screws, at least the panel won't fall off when you are going down the freeway.
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Plc

Are you talking about PLC? If so, that stuff works good but haven't used it as a panel adhesive or to bond panels together. The gate leading to my backyard was dragging due to the wood. I put plc into the holes, rescrewed them in, and propped it up. The thing has been sturdy for years and not sagging one bit. I also used it on various things and it's pretty good stuff. I could see it working for a door skin at most but I wouldn't chance it trying to bond dissimilar substrates, scoops, spoilers. I wouldn't chance it on all substrates nor flexible ones or anywhere paint is applied. Who knows what the expansion rate is for that stuff? Not designed for that but it is an epoxy based adhesive, which is good.

If you don't have a dual mix applicator rent one from the paint store and get a sem tube. They're cheaper than 3m and make solid products.
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Use Tec Screws, at least the panel won't fall off when you are going down the freeway.
LOL,liquid nails??? welding is the cheapest way,once you have a welder...Thats a lot of work why take a chance,if you dont have a welder use the proper glue.if you run over the panel going down the road you'll have to buy a nother one.
Theres an old saying : Theres never enough time or money to do it right the first time but theres "always" enough when you have to do it a second time
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