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Broken Ford Exporlrer Luggage Rack...what glue/bond will hold it

My Ford Explorer Luggae Rack came apart at one side. The plastic isn;t broken, just came apart at the seam. I tried epoxy, but it won't hold it. Anyone know of a glue that will hold this together?

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