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Post by boolean21 on Tue 23 Aug 2011 - 17:07

any idea whether i can use Shoe Glue to glue the tyres to the rims?
need to glue the tyres for the df03ra... rear tyres coming off when sharp cornering on tarmac...

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Post by Marpek on Tue 23 Aug 2011 - 18:44

DF03Ra not really supposed for Tarmac, thus glueing not required mah...hahaha.

Can try super glue, for trail can hold, but dunno for touring...
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Post by boolean21 on Tue 23 Aug 2011 - 19:24

Marpek wrote:DF03Ra not really supposed for Tarmac, thus glueing not required mah...hahaha.

Can try super glue, for trail can hold, but dunno for touring...
oh... means for rally no need to glue? on sand and grass ok without glue? then I will just leave it liao... Very Happy

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Post by qks57 on Wed 24 Aug 2011 - 0:09

shoe glue can.. works well, and no need scared it'll come off.. super glue will disable the rim for use for other tires when the mounted tire is worn out.. shoe glue can just cut out.. Very Happy that's wat i used for my TT-01 rally back then.

was running a 5700kv mamba motor, no problems with the tire coming off.. and can change tire when tire worn out or torn..

just gotta make sure its the brown and super sticky ones, let them set for about 3-4 days before using the tires.. oh yes, the tires must be washed clean before glueing, otherwise the glue might not work well and u'll get unbalanced tires..
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Post by boolean21 on Wed 24 Aug 2011 - 0:49

qks57 wrote:shoe glue can.. works well, and no need scared it'll come off.. super glue will disable the rim for use for other tires when the mounted tire is worn out.. shoe glue can just cut out.. Very Happy that's wat i used for my TT-01 rally back then.

was running a 5700kv mamba motor, no problems with the tire coming off.. and can change tire when tire worn out or torn..

just gotta make sure its the brown and super sticky ones, let them set for about 3-4 days before using the tires.. oh yes, the tires must be washed clean before glueing, otherwise the glue might not work well and u'll get unbalanced tires..

thanks for the info bro. Smile

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Post by n4smw26 on Thu 25 Aug 2011 - 3:05

qks57 wrote:

just gotta make sure its the brown and super sticky ones, let them set for about 3-4 days before using the tires.. .

Seriously 3-4 days? I normally use CA. just spot glue around the rims.. Stick real gd, and not that of hassle to remove if need be..

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Post by qks57 on Thu 25 Aug 2011 - 7:43

yep, 3-4 days for the shoe glue to fully set to prevent any mishaps.. lol..

depending on what the tire is used for also lah. cos for me, most of those tires i glue are rubbers or rally tires, which r either used for burning(drifting) or rally with a 5000+kv motor.. hence its a must to let it set..

i didn't take advice back then, and used the tires the next day, and off they came.. haha...
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