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Old 07-26-2011, 01:48 PM   #1
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Anyone else had a problem with their "pleather" door panel falling off and what did you use to adhere it back on? I tried 3M-90 and something else. I really wish I could remember what that "something else" was but I can't. However, it didn't adhere so I added some 3M-90 and it held for the most part except for a slight air pocket. So then my driver's side started to fall. I tried just 3M-90 and it looks like it's already loosening after a few weeks. Any suggestions? I know I will have to do this again, but I do not want to keep doing it and take chances of killing the material.
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It started again?? I though you did a good job fixing it the first time.... Hmmmm
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It started again?? I though you did a good job fixing it the first time.... Hmmmm
I did too, but it seems as though it may getting loose again ... The other door is still holding up. Maybe I just have to combine the two but that process was a ^^%$%$@#%$... yeh.....
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I'm having the same problem!
Im taking mine back to where got them done ad getting it redone tomorrow =/ they say the 05/09 had this issues the most out of all of the yrs
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One question. When you used the 3M did you spray the door panel and the back of the pleather? And did you wait to let it dry a little first before you attached it?
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One question. When you used the 3M did you spray the door panel and the back of the pleather? And did you wait to let it dry a little first before you attached it?
I think I only sprayed the door panel, not the material. But I did let it dry a little before sticking it on. Wondering if I didn't use enough?
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I think I only sprayed the door panel, not the material. But I did let it dry a little before sticking it on. Wondering if I didn't use enough?
I would try spraying both Danie... Maybe you needed a little more.
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I would try spraying both Danie... Maybe you needed a little more.
I may need to wait for one to fall off again. I would rather the moisture from the heat and humidity to make it drop than for me to pull on it and take chances of shredding the foam padding underneath. But yes, I will try that, but Im also, going to look into the Goop stuff as well.
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Haha, damn't, getting use to this forum and I accidentally deleted the peron's quote regarding trying Goop. oops.... I a tard.
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I may need to wait for one to fall off again. I would rather the moisture from the heat and humidity to make it drop than for me to pull on it and take chances of shredding the foam padding underneath. But yes, I will try that, but Im also, going to look into the Goop stuff as well.
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Yep thats your problem. You need to spray both then let them tack up a bit and then attach it.
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Yep thats your problem. You need to spray both then let them tack up a bit and then attach it.
Maybe I will try that first before I go out and buy anything else. Thank you! I will let all know how it turns out.
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