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The convertible top on my 2005 Crossfire has started to separated near the glass but not from the glass.It does not appear to be ripped but separated from a strip on the glass and the main top. Is this repairable and is there an adhesive suggested?

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I would use loctite 495 very carefully and wear gloves, this stuff is serious and drys fast and hard

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