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    Managed to get hold of a set for my signum, but just wondering whats the best way to attach them?

    they still have some kind of adhesive Gel strips in them that was used before so i would need to remove this (suggestions on this.. please lighter fluid?)

    ive been suggested silicone but not sure how to hold them inplace?

    what other options could i use?

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    should of bought the real thing ..the covers are pants

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    As above. Sell them on and buy the vx ones. Otherwise tar remover for the sticky stuff. Then it depends if you ever want to remove them again?

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    or buy my ones

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    Quote Originally Posted by Desolation91 View Post
    Managed to get hold of a set for my signum, but just wondering whats the best way to attach them?

    they still have some kind of adhesive Gel strips in them that was used before so i would need to remove this (suggestions on this.. please lighter fluid?)

    ive been suggested silicone but not sure how to hold them inplace?

    what other options could i use?

    thanks
    si
    bit of petrol or lighter fluid to remove the adhesive tape then clear silicone in the same possition the tape was and really push the handles on to make the spread of the silicone grab propperley, hold em on with masking tape while it cures...and bobs your tea pot mate

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    should of bought the real thing ..the covers are pants
    mine have been on for years, they are not pant's....
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    awesome dude! i didn't realize they are metal! ****** weather is crap!

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    yes mate metal and good quality and may i add you got a real bargain, no way you could get a full handle kit for that money i tell you....
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    I know thank you very much for pointing me in the right direction! They do say astra h but im sure they are all the same lol

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