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Old 04-21-2005, 09:00 PM   #1
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hey i was wondering what do u use to glue the rubber to the rim is there a special glue or can u use super glue
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can u's plz reply
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I use a slow setting black CA. Don't use the thin stuff,
there's not enuff time to make sure the tire is on the bead.
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just go the your local hobby shop and get some CA glue !!! it works wonders
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Super glue your tires down and then use rubber bands to hold the beads tight in the wheel
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Team Losi Thin tire glue, so good I heard the Pro-Line guys use it.
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prefer the Losi Kinwald tire glue....
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I use a slow setting black CA. Don't use the thin stuff,
there's not enuff time to make sure the tire is on the bead.
Thats what I thought too when I first started gluing tires way back when, but now Thin is the only way to go.
(I'm not saying your a newb)
You basically only apply two drops and the pressure of the tire to the rim beads it down half the tire.
Use Rubber bands to apply pressure.
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Team Losi Thin tire glue, so good I heard the Pro-Line guys use it.

That sounds like it should be a catch phrase for a commercial!
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can u's plz reply
What the heck is up with posting at 11:00 with your question and then posting at 11:03 asking for people (correction: "u's") to "plz" reply. Have more than 3 minutes of patience and skip the ignorant slang.

Back on point: Use slow or medium CA glue, available at your local hobby shop. In a pinch, super glue will do it if you absolutely must.
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sorry for being inpatiant ok
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