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Old 01 September 2009, 08:30   #11
Country: Ireland
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he's done good few tornados and he owned one himself, he does alot of retubing and he does all the work for coast guard and fisheries, worth a phone call

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Old 01 September 2009, 10:16   #12
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Originally Posted by jwalker View Post
What he means is that you prep the hypalon and apply a couple of coats of hypalon glue to that. You prep the PVC and apply a couple of coats of PVC glue to that. Then you stick them together. The appropriate glues bond to their base materials, and the glue to glue join holds everything together.

At least, I think that's what he meant. That's the way I've heard to glue unlike materials.


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