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Old 04-01-2013, 04:13 PM   #1
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Ok so about a week ago my window regulator broke in half, and so i ordered one from a place here in town and it will be here tomarrow and on saturday i took my door apart to find out why my window didnt work and thats how i found out it was my regulator... But i had no where to put my door panel so i put it in the back seat... Big mistake the door panel was already broken apart but was held on by the end and when i put it in my back seat it twisted apart and broke into 2 pieces... Is there a chance i can superglue them back together or do i have to get another one and where can i get it?
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try permatex plastic epoxy...if that doesn't work start looking for a new or used one at a salvage yard
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Yeah you could use panel bond, it takes 24 hours to dry but it's as strong as a weld once it does dry. If not your going to have to get a new one.
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try permatex plastic epoxy...if that doesn't work start looking for a new or used one at a salvage yard
Where can i find that at?!

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try permatex plastic epoxy...if that doesn't work start looking for a new or used one at a salvage yard


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