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    Wire bundle securing

    Wire bundle securing, breaking loose from side of Hull, what would be a good adhesive or maybe hot glue gun work? Going to be in the 60's this weekend, really need to do the little stuff on the Ski, dont want to mess with it, when it gets warm.

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    Are they the big clips that are glued to the side of the hull? You could use this......

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    If you use the double sided tape method, or any method really, make sure you douse the spot with acetone first to make sure there is no oil residue left behind. I usually apply the acetone to a cloth to the point of it dripping, then scrub the area.

    My Virage uses plastic clips that are glued to the hull with green globs of glue. They have broken off, and I used 3M 4200 to reattach them, and have not had any issues.

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    Yep, its the green gobs, appreciate the tips, come on spring time!

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