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    Default Any ideas??

    I have the old xtp racks on my Moomba and I cannot keep the rubber inserts in them. I have tried just about everything. I was wondering if anybody has ever coated there racks in rubber and what materials they have used.

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    gorilla glue with a very small clamp to apply pressure while drying?
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    Quote Originally Posted by New Guy View Post
    I was wondering if anybody has ever coated there racks in rubber and what materials they have used.
    Used latex a couple times but the boys usually like the whip cream and chocolate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dusty's Mom View Post
    Used latex a couple times but the boys usually like the whip cream and chocolate.
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    Id try some contact cement and slide it on wet and let cure over night


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    Weather strip adheasive. Coat both sides, let it dry then coat both sides again and stick them together.


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    Quote Originally Posted by newty View Post
    Weather strip adheasive. Coat both sides, let it dry then coat both sides again and stick them together.
    This trigger a thought. What about mounting them how you would mount a set of golf grips. Two sided tape and use a alcohol two wet it. Slide on the rubber covers and let the alcohol evaporate

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    Clear attwood marine sealant at wally world worked great on mine, I used clamps to hold tem over night
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    Nice thread. Was thinking the same thing before season starts. Hate to mess with them again another year being loose and all.
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    Yes, would like to rubberized my trailer safety chain and anchor.
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