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    Hi all, im new to the site. Just a quick question, i have a 96 BMW 328i Sport Coupe. I was driving to work the other day when a pigeon decided not to move out of the road and i accidentally hit it and it went through the bottom of my mesh in the bumper snapping off two clips which holds the mesh in place at the bottom . Now i cant keep it in place and just keeps pushing back creating a big gap between the mesh and the bumper. Do any one know any strong bonding sealant or glue i could use to repair it or any suggestions. Thanks
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by R1TCH1E_13MW View Post
    Hi all, im new to the site. Just a quick question, i have a 96 BMW 328i Sport Coupe. I was driving to work the other day when a pigeon decided not to move out of the road and i accidentally hit it and it went through the bottom of my mesh in the bumper snapping off two clips which holds the mesh in place at the bottom . Now i cant keep it in place and just keeps pushing back creating a big gap between the mesh and the bumper. Do any one know any strong bonding sealant or glue i could use to repair it or any suggestions. Thanks
    Hi mate, buy some 'Sticks like sh*t'...it comes in a black cartridge tube and you can get it from places like B and Q and Lavers etc.

    or any high strength cartridge applied adhesive.

    Dry both parts to be glued, rough the surfaces up a lot with course sandpaper (so they bond) and then apply some of that bad boy toxin

    It is unbelievably strong once it has set (12-24 hours iirc)
     
     

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    I have deleted the other 2 duplicate threads you made.
    please read the message I sent you regarding this
     
     

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    or you could get new clips plastic welded back on by any decent bodyshop//
     
     

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    Ok thanks guys
     
     

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