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Old 11-11-2008, 12:52 PM   #1
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The lens to my fog lamp fell off, fortunately we were parked in a CG so I have the lens. Any suggestions as to which adhesive/glue/sealant that I should use to reattach the lens.

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The lens to my fog lamp fell off, fortunately we were parked in a CG so I have the lens. Any suggestions as to which adhesive/glue/sealant that I should use to reattach the lens.

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The lens is actually part of the bulb. I would use some type of epoxy, making sure you get a good seal around the lens.
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