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Old 06-20-2006, 11:18 PM   #1
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like the title says its fixed, i got sick of not being able to drive with my front windows to far down and the rears not down at all so i finaly did something about it

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What did I use??? well i used 3M Spray glue
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looks great... good prep!
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Now that beats the heck out of taking the board out of the car! I hope it works for you. I did the same thing at first and it bought me a couple years before the rest came down.
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Now that beats the heck out of taking the board out of the car! I hope it works for you. I did the same thing at first and it bought me a couple years before the rest came down.
if it buys me a couple years il be as happy as a pig in ****
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Must have been a dead day at the paint shop eh??? I've been thinking about doing that!!! Great job!!
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Must have been a dead day at the paint shop eh??? I've been thinking about doing that!!! Great job!!
took only 5 mins including pic taking after work hours and a good car washing, I still cant figure out why i didnt do this sooner
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it'll hold for a few weeks or months but will fall down again unfortunately. There'* a padding between the fabric and board, and the fabric falls once the padding/foam deteriorates. It'll stick for a while longer, but as the foam continues to degrade, the fabric will fall again. :(
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looks nice and clean, when you redo the whole thing get ready for a really fun project
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I use the 3M 90 Stength adhesive for my interior stuff, but I do alot of work with tweed etc. On the Bonne I actually brushed some fiberglass resin over the whole board and recovered the whole thing
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