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Glue for Rubberized Cork

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I've had good luck with the rod builder's epoxy glue. Flex coat makes it. Just make sure to measure accurately and make much than you need. Then if your measurements are off you won't screw things up alot.

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For pure cork , I think epoxy but for ruberized cork , I think contact cement. Be careful , if its good contact cement , you get only one shot at putting them tegother. The reason I prfer the contact cemnet for anything flexible like rubber or neoprenbe is because it won't leave a hard line there like the cured epoxy,

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