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Old 06-19-2010, 05:24 PM   #1
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Reattaching the black trim

The black trim (on top and bottom) that holds in my blue stripe (vinyl or something, not a decal so still in great condition) has come away from the body. The rivets broke (somehow) and I don't know anything about rivets so I'm thinking I'd like to use an adhesive to reattach them. I know I keep posting these stupid questions but I really appreciate any input I've been going crazy sealing all the outside seams and will pretty much be done once I reattach these and seal around the outside of the black strips (I can see it was sealed before or I wouldnt bother)
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