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Rear glass hatch latch bracket came off glass. This is the u shaped bracket bolted to a hard plastic or hard rubber pad that is affixed to the glass. Is it possible to reattach the to the glass and if so, what glue should be used?

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Not sure of the set up on your jeep off the top of my head, but uruthane glass adhesive is the only thing that is good on glass......its what holds in all the glass on your vehical

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