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Upper windshield trim on 92 Hatch

Discussion in '5th Generation Honda Civic (1992-1995)' started by Zaythegent, Feb 17, 2017.



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  1. Zaythegent

    Zaythegent New Member

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    Hey all, I recently got a replacement gasket or trim piece or whatever you'd like to call it for the upper part of my windshield, the guy who owned this car before my apparently tried to glue one on and if flew of on the highway and left a ton of scrapes on the hood:/ anyways I'm just trying to figure out what type of glue or adhesive I should use so that won't be a problem again


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  2. boofoo

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    May help to post picture of trim.
     
  3. Zaythegent

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  5. Zaythegent

    Zaythegent New Member

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    That's helpful but what is "the adhesive" should I just use 3m?


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    Ayye good looks Bruh, thanks


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    Mr.Baker Mr. Search Registered VIP 5+ Year Member

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    Look what searching and researching can do....
    That should be one of the first investments you make if you plan on working on the car...
    The Factory service manual will tell you everything!
     
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