I keep losing the center caps on my 78's wheels. Anybody know what's good to hold them on?
I know one guy that used RTV and glued them on. The advantage to RTV is they can be removed, cleaned and then put back on.
If anyone has extra horsepower not doing anything, I can always use more.
Clear silicon in 3 or 4 spots. Works great and havent lost one yet
What is RTV?
Originally Posted by TimAT
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My rear passenger side is that way. It appears the PO used some contact cement or Gorilla glue..... sparingly, and got it to stay. I havn't had any problem with it becoming loose and there's no extra gooped out around the circumfrence, just the inside pinch area.
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