JB Weld

Great stuff, once I had to mount a tank to a bike and used it to mount and hold the mounts in place until I could get them welded.........guess what? JB weld explodes when it comes in contact with a welding torch,gas or electric,,,, just for future reference.. it could help keep your welding buddy from getting really pissed at you................lololol........Rog

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jb weld rocks

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yes it does... je weld is holding on my left pedal, my horn, and my rear turnsignals! all without a problem... =]

casey

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I tried to jb weld a broken flange onto a clutch pulley but it only held for one day. I guess it has it's limits, but it is a good bonding filler.

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Right,Bruce! JB Weld has many advantages,but everything has limitations.No plastic bonding agent can compare in adhesive strength to a heliarch or brazing or electrical welding.But for a pretty permanent crack filler,it's pretty good.

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JB Weld was invented by the brother of the guy who invented duct tape. His name was Guber his famous brother was Gomer Duct.

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Yeah,Zippy! They split up when Gomer duct-taped Guber's chemistry set shut after Guber had JB Welded Gomer's wooden shoes to the floor.Nasty fight,that!

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hahahahah don!

its so good to have you back!

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Yeah,Casey! I gotta do somethin' to make ME glad I'm back to the frozen Tundra of Ohio.MAN! I miss Florida and it ain't really even very cold here! I'm gettin like day old coffee; Old and Weak!

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cool.. we will all keep in touch and if you wanna ride up with us to the bbq, its on!

and dont forget about going out to ikes this spring and/or coming down here to ride with the cincy boys!

i wanna see that sebring!

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Great,Casey!But with my schedule I won't get my hopes too high.The Sebring is really nothing special as far as looks go,Casey.One needs painted and the other needs decals and stripes.But mechanically it and it's brother are very dependable usually.I keep a full array of necessary tools in the bag on the handlebars.The Sebrings are getting old,though,with I'm sure at least an average of 9 or 10 thousand miles each and haulin' my heavy butt around is no small chore for a 120lb.bike.Ike sent me 2 tires for the one I use on flatter ground(single-speed Minarelli).

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