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Adhesive Suggestions for Rubber Trim Around Windshield?

Wondering if anyone has a suggestion for an adhesive for the rubber trim piece in the picture below. Its the vertical trim next to the windshield, on the front of the A-pillar.

I've read that other trim pieces are just form fitted, but these are both coming unstuck and have a previous adhesive under them. Plan is to remove the rubber, scrape off the old adhesive, then glue it on with something.

Suggestions welcome.
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I used Sikaflex-221





First I used superglue, but that didn't hold.
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3m makes a black molding and trim glue that I have used with success on the next strip after that that runs from the front to the back. It now feels like a solid piece, where before it wiggled and eventually broke loose.

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Thanks guys.

Whippy, was it 3M™ Black Super Weatherstrip Adhesive 03602?
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