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donn

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How much weight?  Epoxy is nothing more than glorified glue, so if your adding a lot of weight over a small area it too will likely pull off.  Industrial strength double sided tape will do just as good.
 

Broke Boater

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Two part epoxy comes in different formulas, JB weld is good but there are better, but not in a small tube form. More info on the project would help. I use two part epoxy on boat builds, you will destroy the parts before it comes apart at the joint,,,gregg
 

Gary RV_Wizard

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I've successfully used the JB Weld Industrial (bigger package) to  re-attach fiberglass body panels to metal struts on my coach.  Held up fine for at least a couple years (still ok when I sold it).  I've also used Sikaflex glass-to-metal adhesives for similar problems.
 

Prior member

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Corky said:
Firm believer in West System epoxies.
https://www.westsystem.com/

X's Two on West Systems
.It is the best there is. I do a lot of epoxy work and won't use anything else.
Also their G-flex epoxy will adhere to anything including plastic.
Give them a call and they will walk you through your project.

Jack L
 
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