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    Default BEST Double Sided Tape?

    Guys I am looking for the BEST industrial strength double sided tape for my Blinder heads. I dont want to use the screws again when my updated modules come in from Blinder. What is the BEST? Ohio has some HARSH weather so I can not settle with anything but the best
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    Go to your local Collision Repair shop.
    Ask for a bit of their 2 sided tape they use for re-applying name plates and side mouldings.
    Usually 3M.

    Great Stuff. :wink:

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    make sure the tape can handle lots of water :roll:

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    snow, salt, crap, winds, etc. I have never seen a place where you can experience all four seasons in one day
    RIP Duncan my BELOVED black lab son 8/7/99-3/23/11. I will miss you DEARLY.


    http://www.criminalcustomzshop.com/


    LET THE BIRTH OF MANY TESTING GROUPS HAPPEN!











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    Quote Originally Posted by happya$$
    snow, salt, crap, winds, etc. I have never seen a place where you can experience all four seasons in one day
    Welcome to Northern Ohio.

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    Quote Originally Posted by the horn13
    Go to your local Collision Repair shop.
    Ask for a bit of their 2 sided tape they use for re-applying name plates and side mouldings.
    Usually 3M.

    Great Stuff. :wink:
    Hey, speaking of which, is there a "liquid glue" that can work well on nameplates? My turbo badges are off on the '89 and the dealer wants $25 a piece for the "factory tape"...

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    I bought the stuff that Professor Jim recommended. I bought product number 06397. It works GREAT thus far. We will see in the long run though
    RIP Duncan my BELOVED black lab son 8/7/99-3/23/11. I will miss you DEARLY.


    http://www.criminalcustomzshop.com/


    LET THE BIRTH OF MANY TESTING GROUPS HAPPEN!











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    There is a spray adhesive that 3M makes for nameplates etc....but be careful once it sets up you won't get the name plate off again without breaking it.
    Personally I prefer the tape.
    I'm not sure how much a Blinder transponder weighs but the tape once it sets up assuming it's applied properly is impervious to our cold Canadian winters and hot humid summers.
    The spray works well too, but I find it on the messy side.
    If the transponder isn't heavy, the tape should hold it. If you ever want to get it off you'll need a putty kinfe and a heat gun.
    Make sure all surfaces are clean. Use a good liquid pre clean, Alcohol is not recommended it leaves a film.
    You local Body Shop can do this for you, they have all the materials and will probably charge you maybe $20.00.
    :wink:

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    Quote Originally Posted by happya$$
    snow, salt, crap, winds, etc. I have never seen a place where you can experience all four seasons in one day
    welcome to maryland. :wink:

 

 

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