Old 02-11-14, 12:20 PM
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It sounds like you're saying the glue could have separated from the rim if you had done something, but I don't completely follow. Do you think it could have happened if you had used a continuous coating of the glue?

So far, I haven't seen any reports of glue coming undone due to a thick buildup. Has anyone?
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