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    Constant Bitrate Perrosky's Avatar
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    Unhappy what best for stick the bezel??

    Hello guys I would like to stick my monitor like the one on this link

    2001 tacoma install

    but I'm not sure what material I got to buy, right now I got on hand

    J-B WELD


    http://images.google.com/imgres?imgu...lr%3D%26sa%3DN


    LOCTITE EPOXY IT'S NOT EXACTLY THE SAME COLORS OF THE ONE THAT I HAVE BUT THE COTEINER IS THE SAME.

    http://images.google.com/imgres?imgu...l%3Den%26lr%3D

    IT'S NONE OF THOSE IS THE BETTER ONE CAN ANYONE OF U PUT I PICTURE OF WHAT SHOULD I USE SO I CAN GO TO THE STORE AND BUY IT, I will Apreciate that. Just to let u know guys I ask for a picture because I just got 1 1/2 living in usa and it will be more easy for me going to the store and know exactly what I need.

    Thanks.
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    I almost looks like run of the mill hot glue but I am not sure it could be some plain plastic epoxy

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    Please

    Can somebody please tell me what is the best material to do what I one??
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    bump for answer! i want to know what type of glue used on that project also.

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    dunno what kind was used on that proj. but i use the Loctite stuff, works great

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    plastic weld epoxy

    Its made by Permatex PermaPoxy, It Says Plastic WELD 5 Min Epoxy on it

    Pinkish/black package I believe, White label, pink text

    3-4 dollars a tube, I have one tube on my desk right now

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    Kragen has plastic weld also(about $6). I recently used on my project and it's very solid. dries in 10 min so mix little bit at a time. sand any paint from the plastic that you want to weld and it will be a permanent bond.

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