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Best practice when gluing sidewalls

Old 11-29-2019, 02:59 PM
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I was unable to find a thread on this topic.

​​​​​​How do you guys glue your sidewalls for touring cars?

How I done it is clean the surface and run a bead 59mm in diameter. After it dries I will sand the CA and run another light coat.

Am I missing anything? The glue gets cracked after a race day. I am unsure if this has an effect on performance it is rather annoying.

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This is what I have been using to glue the tire sidewalls.


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