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    glueing engine pod to fin

    What glue should I use for glueing the engine pod to the lower fin? thick ca or epoxy? thanx

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    RE: glueing engine pod to fin

    Epoxy
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    RE: glueing engine pod to fin

    If not epoxy, then Gorilla Glue (Polyurethane)
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    RE: glueing engine pod to fin

    Engine pod to fin???
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    RE: glueing engine pod to fin

    >>Engine pod to fin??? <<

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