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Old 16 February 2016, 08:52   #11
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Use a heatgun.

When heated, the bonding capabilities of the sikaflex will reduce.
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Old 16 February 2016, 08:58   #12
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best of luck with that dude i think there is a chemical to sort that from sika

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Thanks so far for all the thoughts. A hot air gun on the engine plate might be a good way of getting it started. Ta Nik
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go with paintmans suggestion
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