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Date Registered: 02-2004
Location: SUTHERLAND, SYDNEY
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Dave,

Mine are still stuck fine with Sikaflex from the day I fitted them on the exy and no highway or off-road fun affected the strength of this adhesive at all.

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Date Registered: 06-2008
Location: Blue Mountains, NSW
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Jalal
Do you do the same with your window deflectors as well or are the still stuck with the double sided tape?

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Nah Tony, the window delfectors are much lighter than the eyelids (which are made from fibreglass) so a good 3M tape will hold them in place with no problems at all.

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Date Registered: 07-2008
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Cheers mate..the Exy is back to normal now emoticon

Tony the window deflectors are going strong with the 3M tape on our car as well.....no probs at all

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Date Registered: 09-2008
Location: Nathalia, Victoria, Aus
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Thank goodness for this forum it saved me almost $25, i was going to use another glue until i read how long Jalal's eye lids have been on his Exy.
I'm pleased with them, gives the Exy a real edge to it now

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Adrian, last time I saw spotties that size they were fixed on an Airbus A380!

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Adrian, last time I saw spotties that size they were fixed on an Airbus A380!



You haven't seen Richi's spotties then yet LOL emoticon

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Hi Jalal, I can see a window of opportunity in the xtrail shop for 20kg bags of cement to act as ballast for all those big spotties. emoticon

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Nah mate, all is good. The guys are using them as back-up light source during power block-outs emoticon

I've done the same, except I decided to go for higher numbers rather than bigger size emoticon

I guess it's our way of contribution to save on power energy bills at home LOL emoticon

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Date Registered: 10-2006
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OK, found a downside to having the eyelids.
Can't remove the indicators to undo the side bolt of the headlight to take it out emoticon
Stuck them on with silicone as suggested and now after 4 yrs they are as solid as if they were bolted on.

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