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Old 06-11-2008, 08:41 PM   #1
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First I must apologize for what is a basic stupid question but I am back in RC Onroad after being away for 15 years. Back in the day we used to assemble packs with crazy glue and baking powder as a filler to make them strong. From what I have read it appears that shoe glue is the way to go now so is there any trick to it or just put on the goo.
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I keep my pack in the Deans Battery jig, then spread the shoe goo between the cells. Let dry for a bit then take out of the jig (after soldering the bars on). Not sure if this is the best way but it worked for me.
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I was wondering the same thing cause I bought my son a few packs that werent glued at all and 1 has already come apart and I had to resolder the bar back on.Ill bust out the shoe goo tomarrow.
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Old 06-12-2008, 01:24 PM   #4
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I stopped gluing my packs.

I just run a loop of straping around the battery to keep them together. Reason why: When I strap the cells to the chassis, the tape around the cells keep the tape holding the battery to the chassis from getting dirty and loosing stickyness.

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as for side by side battery building:



and a high power soldering iron.
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