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Are there any other glues people have used without issue?
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i would welcome something 1/10th the price of the loctite one alright!
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I have been using Loctite 4105, as a "black" super glue (ethyl cyanoacrylate); however, it is hideously expensive. Mostly for dustcap, or other "visible" joints, where the original was a black finish, or where the dust cap join is sort of flood filled.

Found this, and wondered if anyone had used it?


Looks to be very similar spec to 4105? But 1/10 of the price!!
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Has anyone used Gorrila glue on spider and basket? Or shall I pop to screwfix for some Evostick?
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Thanks Joe and to everyone else who took the time pass on their wisdom on this forum. I went for it and the driver is working again. :)
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no, i mean if it goes in  and can move freely without the shims i'd have thought it'd be ok.. 
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Ok, I'll try another dry run. On the previous one I had all the shims in place first and then eased the cone into place, so your saying put the cone in and then put in the shims, I'll give that a try on a dry run then. Thanks for that.
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with the shims it should be pretty tight, especially the last one but you shouldn't have to force it.. 

i'd say if, without the shims in, that it moves fairly freely it should be ok.. i'd do the recone if i were you 


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Hi Joe, with all the shims in place it's a tight fit, need a bit of pressure to push the coil into the gap. Looking at the old voice coil there doesn't appear to be any damage from rubbing.
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