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Old Fri, Apr-23-2010, 07:10:49 AM   #71
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yea why cant i see this diy
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Old Sun, Apr-25-2010, 07:06:53 PM   #72
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Is there anywhere els where I can locate this DIY? All of the original posts on the topic have been removed by Braymond141 and it looks as though he no longer wants to answer questions on the topic. I was hoping another member may have them on file somewhere.
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yea why cant i see this diy
i was wondering this same thing- seems that he writes really good writeups and then just deletes them.. i thought the forum was the place to come looking to find stuff like this, then i search and search and find it get excited and THERE IT IS "...." in all of his write ups i need
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Old Thu, Aug-12-2010, 09:29:14 PM   #73
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Bump for this, where did this write up go? Need to get rid of these annoying dark spots on my cluster.....

Anyone?
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Bump for this, where did this write up go? Need to get rid of these annoying dark spots on my cluster.....

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Same here.... ANYONE?
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Bump. Has anyone else done this? If so, how did it go?

I just got my gauge rings so I'll be opening up the cluster this week to put those in, and I think I might go ahead and do this while I'm in there. I see people talking about removing the old glue, sounds like a PITA. Is it necessary to do this? It doesn't look like you did in the write-up...

One other thing, I found some of this 3M Super 77 multipurpose adhesive leftover from my sister's school projects, what's the difference between this and the 3M spray mount adhesive? Will the Super 77 stuff work, or is it not transparent or something? That stuff's $15 a can! Here's the two for comparison...

3M Super 77 Spray Adhesive
http://www.staples.com/webapp/wcs/st...CG821:CL162329

3M Spray Mount Adhesive
http://www.staples.com/webapp/wcs/st...CG821:CL162329
The Super 77 will work fine. That stuff is hardcore and its transparent. I paid almost $20 for a can of it at office depot which seemed high. I buy it on the regular now by the case http://www.shopdirectbrands.com/super-77.aspx and saved about $90.
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