Question about Car Audio & Video
If you have all the pieces of the gear, I would honestly give Crazy Glue a try.
I have found though , believe it or not, that if the gear is nylon, as most of them are, that the glue in a Pool Repair Kit (about $8 to $17 in most hardware stores) works better than crazy glue because it actually fuses the nylon to itself rather than the acrolate bond that Krazy Glue or generic cyanoacrylate makes.
Use the thinnest layer of this stuff possible, and shave off any excess after it's fully cured (about 24 Hrs)
A straightened paperclip is good for clearing excess from inside the hole of the gear.
Posted on Mar 12, 2011
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