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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 01-20-2009, 01:52 PM Thread Starter
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Velcro On Teryx Plastics

What's up everyone.
Ok..... I have installed a soft enclosure on my Teryx months ago which calls for velcro strips
along some of the Teryx Plastics to keep the door areas in place. The door areas have sewn in velcro. I have purchased about 3 types of velcro and can not get these things to stick to the plastics. I have warmed my garage into the 70's, I have cleaned the surfaces, I have done everything. The first time you pull on them the adhesive comes up. I really need to get these things to stay so my doors arent flapping in the wind.
Anyone have any suggestions? I am open to anything except permanently mounting them to the teryx. (Riveting etc.) Any othr applications out there?
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super glue the velcro to the bike. also use alcohol to clean the surface.

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Well I was hoping to not have no permanent commitment to this enclosure and the velcro fasteners. With the adhesive on the back of the velcro , I figured if i needed to remove the velcro, a little bit of Goo be Gone would clean up the stickiness. Wouldn't super glue damage the plastics if i ever tried to remove the velcro?
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try some good double sided tape from your local body shop. They have better tapes than what you can buy at say walmart. It will take a little elbow grease and goo begon to get that off but will come off.
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