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    Posted: 19 September 2008 at 8:37am
Chicken, you try and remove it if the coil blows !!! Nightmare, Labour ££ goes up
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Araldite is what I've used for spiders and the edge of surrounds, this might not be THE RIGHT way of doing it but it's always worked for me :) I use bog standard pva for dust caps. The only time I've used different glues is when the kit actually comes with them.
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A few PD Voice coils we reworked after Carnival  5" Dia 2.5cm coil width Well Done !
 
 

Section removed to see what chemical can remove the super adhesive 
 
 

Hey Presto, it has worked without damaging any material 
 
One of the most Labour intensified chassis to work on, as the adhesive is ment for a a permanent bond! (instead of a nut&bolt use a weld) !!
 
This is what PD Use for Dust caps, a activator and a  cyanoacrylate adhesive
The next best thing would be to use a clear basic paper adhesive Evo-Stick 5007/2
 
The same  (activator and a  cyanoacrylate adhesive ) is used for Spider to voicel coil joining,


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For spiders / surrounds / dust caps I use Bostik MultiBond , but I can't see that on the Bostik UK website - may be similar to their Evostik Serious Glue but not sure.  I wouldn't use a contact adhesive for this.
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Myself and many other people use an impact adhesive by Evostick or Bison for gluing the spider and surround to the chassis.  Just make sure you get it in place first time!!!
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Wembley LS use Tretobond
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lol Coke cola
 
Try getting some of this stuff, im trying to source it ....
 
 
best stuff, looks like only made in USA !
 
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hi

i done recone on more then 200 recones  from DAS, PD(turbosound),JBL,RCF and more  and the glue is always this
http://www.bartolos.pt/store/files/cola_de_contacto%5B1%5D.jpg

hope it helps yours Vitor Pinheiro
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new cones with the coil fitted... i want glue for the surround
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What kit was it though? If the coil is already attached to the cone then you don't need that glue. Your answers are here
 
I use an ACTIVATED super glue for the dust caps.
 
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Well i had one type of glue for bonding off beyma which looked like evostik plus some pva for the surround
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http://www.loctiteproducts.com/

Use different types of adeshives on dofferent parts on the re-cone procedure. If your not sure speak to one of the manufactures, Fane,B&C, etc for advice.
 
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