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Monogram Drag Slicks

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I know there's a way to glue the Monogram rear slicks to "mold" the two parts together.

Suggestions?

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2 part resin epoxy is what i use

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They make adhesives specifically for vinyl. I seem to remember that the glue in a water bed repair kit would work really well for gluing vinyl tires.

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If you are meaning the slicks with the molded in wrinkles then Testors liquid cement will work . I used it on my Ice T slicks and then sanded the seam away.

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The glue in the old-style CV joint boot kits will work too.

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They make adhesives specifically for vinyl. I seem to remember that the glue in a water bed repair kit would work really well for gluing vinyl tires.

Interesting........Having had a waterbed for over 30 years, patching was a common thing. I always thought the glue smelled like the glue for repairing bicycle tubes. Im gonna go see if i still have a patch kit!

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Interesting........Having had a waterbed for over 30 years, patching was a common thing. I always thought the glue smelled like the glue for repairing bicycle tubes. Im gonna go see if i still have a patch kit!

Had a waterbed too, not that long though. I always thought the patch kit glue smelled like PVC pipe glue, has the same cold feel to it too.

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