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Glue for carbon? - October 6, 2009, 01:06 PM

Anyone have any recommendations for attaching rubber to carbon? I've tried gorilla glue and it didn't work.
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Anyone have any recommendations for attaching rubber to carbon? I've tried gorilla glue and it didn't work.
Is the surface of both pieces smooth? They need to be roughed up a bit to bond. Have any pics? If you post some pics I could look at some stuff I have here at work. Try maybe Pitcrews choice glue.

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Is the surface of both pieces smooth? They need to be roughed up a bit to bond. Have any pics? If you post some pics I could look at some stuff I have here at work. Try maybe Pitcrews choice glue.

http://www.permatex.com/products/Aut...ve_Sealant.htm
The're smooth. My next attempt was to scuff the backside of the carbon and see how that works, but was curious if anyone had any glue suggestions.
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I know im late on this but contact cement would be perfect but your not ever going to get it off.
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