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Old 06 February 2013, 12:58   #1
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How to glue the Tubes to the Transom

Since my SR4 is nearing this stage, I'd like to ask.

How to glue the tubes to the transom? Which glue to use?

I'm a bit unsure with the procedure as well.

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Old 06 February 2013, 14:51   #2
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We used ct1 adhesive.


We did some testing on it first, the hypalon tore before the adhesive gave, infact we couldnt get the adhesive to give at all.
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ct1 is about 10 quid, and silkfeledo the same but if you ask paul tilly he say fabric first then 2 part glue
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So should i glue a strip of hypalon to the Transom using CT1 and then glue the tube to the strip using proper hypalong glue?
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