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Convertible seam adhesive

Any one know what adhesive to use on main seam on a clk 320. This seam is on the last bow before turning down toward the rear window, I do not see any stitching at this seam.

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I don't have a Cab but I do have "SD media" I just checked. If this is the "water pocket (water bag)" where the Bowden cable (?)runs. There is a "water pocket repair kit" 209 778 07 96 It has some type of 2 part epoxy that will set up in five min but MUST be clamped for 5 HOURS. They tell you to tape off the surounding area, apply the glue, place a couple of pieces of wood on either side of the seem (not the glue side) and place clamps on the wood. I don't know if this will help you . I just happened to come accross the training film when I purchased the DVD. Again I don't have a convertable so I can not relate to where you are having the problem. Good luck
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