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Convertible back window detached from canvas

Old 04-06-2006, 09:02 PM
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Default Convertible back window detached from canvas

Does anyone know what type of glue will re-attach the back window to convertible top.
Old 07-25-2006, 01:00 AM
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Default RE: Convertible back window detached from canvas

I am not exactly sure but u could probably use this 2 part epoxy, Permex, 5 minute glue, can find at Kragen. I am having the same problem right now. Mine is really coming detached though, around the bottom and the sides. I tried to re-attach it myself and the glue worked but mine is just too big of a job for just glue. If you just have a small area to do this will totally work. WIth mine I have found out that I am going to have to take it to a Chrysler dealership that has the actual manufacturing device that installs these back glass windows. It is a large machine that can actually strech out the canvas properly and heat seal it together so I hear. I am trying to figure this all out for myself right now, let me know if you are still checking this post and I will let you know what else I find out. I am determined to get this fixed SOON!

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