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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 07-04-2014, 06:18 AM Thread Starter
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Bought one a couple months ago. Now that it's getting hot I can't get this thing to stay glued. What are you using to hold this thing on.

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Bought one a couple months ago. Now that it's getting hot I can't get this thing to stay glued. What are you using to hold this thing on.

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I had the same problem with saddlebag lid organizers. the glue velcro stuff sucks. so, I took the organizer, and the saddlebag lid and cleaned everything off the plastic. Then preped the plastic with rubbing alcohol. I used 3m extreme two sided tape and applied it to the organizer first making sure that it was pressed on very well. Then I applied the organizer to the lids sitting on a solid surface. I used bean bag weights to apply firm pressure to the organizer/lid for the next 12 hours.

FYi.......I tried the same proceedure on my old ladies bike except used some super poly glue form Home Depot. One of her bag organizers is peeling off. The 3M extreme foam tape is cheaper and works better.

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Last bike I had I used the snaps that attach to the rack on the top of the tour pack, on this one I went with the organizer which goes around the inside on the wall

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2" wide velcro on mine right to the lid liner that came in my bike.

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