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Old 10-09-2010, 06:40 PM
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How should I re-glue body molding? (PIC INCLUDED)

What is the best type of glue or adhesive to stick the end of this molding back on?

Thanks for the help guys!!

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IMO 3M double-sided tape. I'd heat the rest of it up with a heat gun and pull it off and clean the adhesive off the door and the molding. Then put the new stuff on and slap it back on.

Or you could just take them all off. Just another idea.
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Is that all that holds the trim on? Just heat it up and peel it off, mine are all faded but stuck on good still
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IMO 3M double-sided tape. I'd heat the rest of it up with a heat gun and pull it off and clean the adhesive off the door and the molding. Then put the new stuff on and slap it back on.

Or you could just take them all off. Just another idea.
Thanks for the info. Where can you get that tape at?
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Nevermind, I see that most auto parts store have it. It's called 3M Super Strong Body Molding Tape. I hope it will hold up.
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Search for 3M VHB tape (Very High Bond). It is the best!
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