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    Hi all my trim on the side door panel outside is a bit loose

    is there any glue i could apply u could recommend?

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    iv spent a ton in the last couple of months geting the 525 the way i want it
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    Taz if you mean the black trims along the doors i used superglue on mine couple of weeks back. The back passenger door mustve pulled the front one back when it was opened as i never noticed it happening at the time. Just glued it back down and used a pair of grips to hold it till it dried. Had to watch for the glue running down the door though.

    Maybe you wont want to use superglue but i think its done the job fine mate
     
     

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    cheers watty my neighbour mentioned another glue il ask him again and post on here, whats ur name watty? Tariq
     
     

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    Bostik glue is quite good, but you'd be better visiting a scrappy some time & picking up a trim strip & some of the clips as well. It's easy enough to gently prise off the trim with a large flat blade screwdriver as it easily unclips, but the plastic clips are trickier to remove. You need to push through the small centre pin before pulling them off & the pin will fall inside the door so you need access to both sides. Worth picking up some as spares though next time you're scrappy hunting.
     
     

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    get new clips!why glue?
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