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How about the type of glue they use for rear view mirrors? An auto parts store may have some.


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Loctite 406 is specifically formulated for plastic and rubber.


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Originally Posted by gwrench
Sounds like a job for 3M Weatherstrip adhesive. Auto parts stores should have it.

I tried that, it didn't last.

Originally Posted by Cretch
How about the type of glue they use for rear view mirrors? An auto parts store may have some.

I think both surfaces have to be pretty flat. The part that the mating flashing is not.

Originally Posted by Orion2000
Loctite 406 is specifically formulated for plastic and rubber.

I need something that has fairly quick tack time Taking the entire window down and doing the job on a bench is not very easy. Whatever I do has to be done situ with clamps maybe.

Thanks everyone for taking the time and giving excellent ideas and advice.


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If your considering 5200 use the fast cure in the red tube.


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5200 is the shiznit



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I use E6000 for quite a few things. Can't recall any failures. Worth a try, I think.


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Ordered and used the VHB tape and used it to install the flashing on the topper. Hope it works


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Go get recommendations from a mom and pop automotive glass shop. They likely would do it for cheap.

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I have used a polyurethane caulk , not the self leveling kind ,to glue pert near everything from a construction standpoint. It has not failed me yet!

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