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Old 06-15-19, 04:52 AM
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Originally Posted by jackbombay View Post
Hmmm, I have much gnarlier stuff along the lines of shoe goo, 3m 5200 fast cure permanent marine adhesive, I'll give it a whirl, I figure if I wrap the peg with cling wrap then it will still disengage once the 5200 has cured.
An aquitance in Philly has 50+ of the stainless steel dahons. I have sent him parts several times. I have had and restored a number of the non-stainless.

I asked him about this one time and it his procedure is to over apply shoe goo than drill it out.

I did it once and it worked well. Shoe goo when dry is tough stiff rubbery. I think those are the properties you want.
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