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Huntindog

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Roy,
I've had good results with reattaching necks and tops with the glue that glass shops use to glue the rearview mirror to the inside of the windshild.
It won't hide the crack, but it isn't coming back off. Just make sure when you put it in place it's where you want it.
 
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Roy,
I've had good results with reattaching necks and tops with the glue that glass shops use to glue the rearview mirror to the inside of the windshild.
It won't hide the crack, but it isn't coming back off. Just make sure when you put it in place it's where you want it.
Thank you, I never would have thought of that .
 

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The rear view Mirror Glue didn't work very good on my rear view Mirror? LEON.
 

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The rear view Mirror Glue didn't work very good on my rear view Mirror? LEON.
Sorry, I don't think I've ever used rear view mirror glue to be honest, but I seem to remember hitting my head on one pretty hard and it didn't budge,,, lol... Roy
 

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The one I used was a two part type. A primer and the glue.
It's real similar to a super Glue.
Once it's stuck it's stuck!!
I think it can be loosened with acetone
 
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