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    Default Brake Pedal Glue

    I've tried 3 different glues trying to get the rubber cover to stick to my brake pedal. The rubber pad which sets on top of the metal pedal.

    Anyone have luck with a particular product?

    This is the right brake pedal. The left brake pedal has no issue with sticking. The clutch has no issue. Only one with issue is ME!

    Thanks.

    Martin Petersen

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    Super Member 3RRL's Avatar
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    Default Re: Brake Pedal Glue

    Try spilling some coke on it an let it dry. Everything sticks to that especially when you don't want it to.
    Seriously though, have you used silicone sealer? Clean pedal with metal brush on angle grinder and spread a thin film on it. Let it dry very slightly and stick the (clean) rubber to it. That might work.
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    Default Re: Brake Pedal Glue

    Clean the area with alcohol, let dry and use 3M Super Weatherstrip Adhesive... (the yellow glue)

    It is one of the greatest general purpose adhesives for many things and it makes me look good on the job a least a couple of times a week...

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    Default Re: Brake Pedal Glue

    Gorilla Glue. Sticks anything together.

    Brad
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    Default Re: Brake Pedal Glue

    Yeah, Gorilla Glue is readily available and should work pretty good. I use a polyurethane adhesive on EVERYTHING and am always happy. Urethane and polyurethane adhesives are a big improvement (IMO) over silicone based adhesives.
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    Default Re: Brake Pedal Glue

    One source for polyurethane in a caulk tube is PL adhesives, it comes in black, white, or grey and is used for roof flashing, caulking around windows, or al. siding.
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    Default Re: Brake Pedal Glue

    I would try "Goop" It's strong and flexible. You could make a brake pedal pad out of that stuff.
    I've alos heard Gorilla Glue is good.
    Steve

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    Default Re: Brake Pedal Glue

    I've used contact cement in some exterior applicatipns with good success.

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    Default Re: Brake Pedal Glue

    I will second contact cement, follow the directions, and it will bond correctly.

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    Default Re: Brake Pedal Glue

    goup is good close it up before it skins over less than 1 min but tough stuff.
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