J B Weld plastic to steel?
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green_dots
15:36:33 Wed
Feb 2 2011
J B Weld plastic to steel?
How good is it plastic to steel or metal?

madone
22:47:49 Wed
Feb 2 2011
Re: J B Weld plastic to steel?
JB weld is a unique product. I have used it to make a temperary patch on a low presssure A/C line. It has held for 2 years now. It would work on a plastic to metal bond, as long as you roughened bolth surfaces at the joint with 100 grit emory cloth and removed any trace of oil on bolth surfaces. I would use one of the Epoxy glues that you can get from most any home or hardware store. These Epoxy glues come in many types and varietys, such as quick drying types, some of which dry in 5 minutes and others that are not affected by oil and can even be used in under water apps. These Epoxy glue types come in diffrent bonding strengths and are not likely to crack under stress, vibration, or sudden changes in temp, such as if Co2 would be passing through or near the bonded assembly.

camracer
00:22:38 Thu
Feb 3 2011
Re: J B Weld plastic to steel?
Quote: madone at 22:47:49 Wed Feb 2 2011

JB weld is a unique product. I have used it to make a temperary patch on a low presssure A/C line. It has held for 2 years now. It would work on a plastic to metal bond, as long as you roughened bolth surfaces at the joint with 100 grit emory cloth and removed any trace of oil on bolth surfaces. I would use one of the Epoxy glues that you can get from most any home or hardware store. These Epoxy glues come in many types and varietys, such as quick drying types, some of which dry in 5 minutes and others that are not affected by oil and can even be used in under water apps. These Epoxy glue types come in diffrent bonding strengths and are not likely to crack under stress, vibration, or sudden changes in temp, such as if Co2 would be passing through or near the bonded assembly.


It sure is a good time to be alive if you really have to glue something!

"Glue Tech" has changed as much as computers in the last 25 years! (...or more!) ---Cam

....Elmer's glue went a long way in the day....

DUBB
10:58:39 Thu
Feb 3 2011
Re: J B Weld plastic to steel?
I'll tell you a JB Weld story. I met this beautiful woman down at the beach. She had one of those pop-top VW vans, all decked out, and she was stuck, since she had appearantly cased that sucker nasty hard on this really ugly rock down there. Anyway, she had knocked a chunk of the box off, like near the center seam gasket, that left a hole I could stick my fist through, in the engine box, and of course all the motor oil just poured out of the thing. Fortunately, I found that chunk, in the huge oil puddle, and formed a plan. I take her riding with me, and I meander about, casually putting the move on her, right? While procuring some JB weld, which I was highly skeptical would really work to fix that hole, but was very confident would take enough time to get to know her a little better. And 4 quarts of oil. So we get back to her strando-van, I cleaned both surfaces really good (there wasnt any oil left to drip, by then) and JB weld that sucker, for better or worse. Then into the van to, well, you know, wait for the stuff to get hard (heh, heh, heh), and when we were done with that, I put the oil in, and shit that damn thing ran like that for as long as I knew of, at least a year that I know of. I could not believe that shit held that box together at all, much less that long. For those who arent mechanics, like me, an opposing motor like a vw is called a "boxer", since instead of an engine block, it has a "box", formed by bolting two halves together between those cylenders. BMW motorcycles, Porches, 12 cyl Ferrarri Testarossas, even Subarus, these are boxers.

edit: possible title for that story: "how I got my oil changed for some jb weld and an oil change"

camracer
13:56:11 Thu
Feb 3 2011
Re: J B Weld plastic to steel?
"This is glue, ....Strong Stuff!" -Elwood Blues :lol:

SONYtec
14:29:48 Thu
Feb 3 2011
Re: J B Weld plastic to steel?
"We're on a mission for Drozd." :tongue:

camracer
16:46:27 Thu
Feb 3 2011
Re: J B Weld plastic to steel?
"It's 106 miles to Chicago, we got a full tank of gas, half a pack of cigarettes, it's dark, and we're wearing sunglasses", .....I think we'll Glue it! :lol:

green_dots
21:16:39 Thu
Feb 3 2011
Re: J B Weld plastic to steel?
One of my favorite movies.I can watch it over and over again. I loved the old nun.I had a princple just like her.The more they sweared the more she would hit them.The old nun I had wore out a pair of straps on me and my partner in crime in grade school.I also love those Nazies from Illionois. GD.

camracer
23:46:05 Thu
Feb 3 2011
Re: J B Weld plastic to steel?
"Jake: [to Sister Mary Stigmata] Five grand? No problem, we'll have it for you in the morning. Let's go, Elwood.
Sister Mary Stigmata: No, no! I will not take your filthy stolen money!
Jake: Well then... I guess you're really up Shit Creek.
[Sister Mary Stigmata hits Jake Blues with a ruler for using that kind of language]
Sister Mary Stigmata: I beg your pardon, what did you say?
Jake: I offered to help you... You refused to take our money. Then I said: I guess you're really up Shit Creek.
[Sister Mary Stigmata hits Jake Blues with the ruler again]
Elwood: Christ, Jake. Take it easy man.
[Sister Mary Stigmata hits Elwood Blues]
Jake: Oh shit!
[Sister Mary Stigmata hits Jake Blues]
Elwood: Jesus Christ!
[Sister Mary Stigmata hits Elwood Blues]
Jake: Shit!"

"Head Nazi: White men! White women! The swastika is calling you. The sacred and ancient symbol of your race, since the beginning of time. The Jew is using The Black as muscle against you. And you are left there helpless. Well, what are you going to do about it, Whitey? Just sit there? Of course not! You are going to join with us. The members of the American Socialist White Peoples' Party. An organization of decent, law abiding white folk. Just like you! (AssWiPPe)":lol:

radical
00:07:57 Fri
Feb 4 2011
Re: J B Weld plastic to steel?
Quote: camracer at 23:46:05 Thu Feb 3 2011

"Jake: [to Sister Mary Stigmata] Five grand? No problem, we'll have it for you in the morning. Let's go, Elwood.
Sister Mary Stigmata: No, no! I will not take your filthy stolen money!
Jake: Well then... I guess you're really up Shit Creek.
[Sister Mary Stigmata hits Jake Blues with a ruler for using that kind of language]
Sister Mary Stigmata: I beg your pardon, what did you say?
Jake: I offered to help you... You refused to take our money. Then I said: I guess you're really up Shit Creek.
[Sister Mary Stigmata hits Jake Blues with the ruler again]
Elwood: Christ, Jake. Take it easy man.
[Sister Mary Stigmata hits Elwood Blues]
Jake: Oh shit!
[Sister Mary Stigmata hits Jake Blues]
Elwood: Jesus Christ!
[Sister Mary Stigmata hits Elwood Blues]
Jake: Shit!"

"Head Nazi: White men! White women! The swastika is calling you. The sacred and ancient symbol of your race, since the beginning of time. The Jew is using The Black as muscle against you. And you are left there helpless. Well, what are you going to do about it, Whitey? Just sit there? Of course not! You are going to join with us. The members of the American Socialist White Peoples' Party. An organization of decent, law abiding white folk. Just like you! (AssWiPPe)":lol:


LOL! Thanx Cam, needed a good laugh w/this bs weather :lol:

DUBB
22:54:48 Fri
Feb 4 2011
Re: J B Weld plastic to steel?
"This is a cop car!"
"Fix the lighter"

camracer
00:17:34 Sat
Feb 5 2011
Re: J B Weld plastic to steel?
"Elwood: It's got a cop motor, a 440 cubic inch plant, it's got cop tires, cop suspensions, cop shocks. It's a model made before catalytic converters so it'll run good on regular gas. What do you say, is it the new Bluesmobile or what?
[a brief thinking pause while Jake attempts to light a cigarette]
Jake: Fix the cigarette lighter."

I can quote every line, just ask! What a classic movie!! :rotflmao:



SONYtec
03:14:30 Sat
Feb 5 2011
Re: J B Weld plastic to steel?
You guys... :rolleyes:

Check it out... :tongue:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yil9wlfa0yo



Tbkahuna
04:44:59 Sat
Feb 5 2011
Re: J B Weld plastic to steel?
Love the movie. One of my favs is the one Cam quoted... "We've got a full tank of gas..."

TBK

camracer
14:20:09 Sat
Feb 5 2011
Re: J B Weld plastic to steel?
Nice SONYtec! I am soo watching "Blues Brothers" today! :lol:

DUBB
04:12:01 Sun
Feb 6 2011
Re: J B Weld plastic to steel?
Make sure that for dinner you have 4 fried chickens, and some dry, white toast!

"we're getting the BAND back together!"

DUBB
04:37:50 Sun
Feb 6 2011
Re: J B Weld plastic to steel?
Make sure that for dinner you have 4 fried chickens, and some dry, white toast!

"we're getting the BAND back together!"

DUBB
05:30:13 Mon
Feb 7 2011
Re: J B Weld plastic to steel?
Here is an interesting behind the scenes fact from that movie: John Belushi broke his anke right before the scheduled shoot for the big dance number finish. Being a professional of a caliber that I can only imagine, he did the scene anyway, boken ankle and all. He had to be helped away. You sure can't tell by the performance he put on, though. Balls to the wall, nothing held back, I think he was determined to do it in just one take, I should think. What kind of dedication does that take? Not one to let a shoot fall behind schedual, no matter what he has to do, I guess. That's what I think about, now, when I see that scene. Like you guys could tell how much pain he was in, if I hadn't heard the director tell that story, I sure would never have believed it. He doesn't let on at all.



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