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Old 07-18-2011, 05:43 PM
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I'm getting to the sticky part now. I need to glue the seal to the front of the sunroof opening. I'd like to find a clear, non-spray, adhesive to use - does anyone have a recommendation?

I'm using the cloth trim provided by the Birds' Nest. I would rather have a felt peice, but cannot find one long enough from the other (porshe, audi,etc) Golde top car parts suppliers.

Alexander had provided me, some time back, with some thin rubber molding that he used on his cars. I considered using it, but decided that I didn't like the height of the seal.

Any advice on the adhesive would be appreciated.

Regards,
Kevin
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Old 08-02-2011, 12:31 PM
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Kev, a normal door seal bond should do the job, most venders sell the black coloured adhesive, use an application gun and just put a thin SMEAR of glue all along the rubber, one tip for you its better as a two man or women..lol job...work from the middle out to the edges when puhing the seal into place.
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