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Old 06 October 2010, 11:37   #11
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Old 06 October 2010, 11:57   #12
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Dont treadmaster patches come with an adhesive backing?
Some does but don't think it would be very good on the tubes. Glue would be much more hardwearing.
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Old 06 October 2010, 12:07   #13
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go onto ebay and type in RIB TUBE PAD,ive got a pvc rib and i might stick some on mine,i emailed the seller regarding glueing with 2 part pvc glue and he said shouldnt be a problem,

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Some does but don't think it would be very good on the tubes. Glue would be much more hardwearing.
Hi you mean sticking wise or somethingelse??
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... that can be stuck to XS PVC tubes....?
Are you sure your tubes are PVC? I thought XS used Polyurethane.
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Polwart,

You are absolutely right and I have had a serious word with myself about lax use of terms - they are Polyurethane - NOT PVC.... Not the same thing at all.

Won't use the self adhesive Treadmaster pads as not sure what type of glue they use? Will check out some of the links provided here though - thanks everyone! Still intrigued as to what the Redbays use on their tubes though?

Thanks for the help so far though!!

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Polwart,

You are absolutely right and I have had a serious word with myself about lax use of terms - they are Polyurethane - NOT PVC.... Not the same thing at all.

Won't use the self adhesive Treadmaster pads as not sure what type of glue they use? Will check out some of the links provided here though - thanks everyone! Still intrigued as to what the Redbays use on their tubes though?

Thanks for the help so far though!!

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Hi Mike, as far as Redbay ribs they use treadmaster most of the time unless asked to use something else, but they use hypalon tubes all the time. I have stuck treadmaster to PVC tubes in the past with no problems at all, but have not done anything with Polyurethane before. Sorry couldn't be more helpful. R.
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Hi you mean sticking wise or somethingelse??
Just saying that the self adhesive one's would probably peel off the tubes pretty easily..
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If it's a rubber based pressure sensitive adhesive (as most self-adhesive rubber things are), washing the adhesive with acetone before sticking it on will help.

I put some 4" x 16" x 1/4" diamond plate-patterned pads on the crown of the fender on my trailer a few years ago, and to my surprise, they're still firmly fixed there.

No suggestions about gluing to PU tubes, though, sorry.

A guy from Wing Inflatables (a manufacturer of PU tubesets) has been hanging out in the North American forum; might want to ask there?

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The ones on ebay are wet/dry suit knee patches, they're very good for grip, very flexible for sticking and come with the first coat of adhesive already applied. Just watch that you're buying two of the lozenge shaped bits, not the rectangle they're glued onto. (If you look at the ebay picture this'll make sense.)

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