Thanks. What type of glue did you use and how did you clamp it? Not sure i understand how you clamped it to dry overnight.It happened to mine 2-3 years back. I used a glue and secured it with clamps overnight until it dried. It was the plastic clamps that deteriorated with time.
I'm curious about the clamp. Doesn't it have to be about 2 feet deep ? Can you send me a photo or brand/model info on the clamp. ThanksI used gorilla glue but be careful, that stuff expands quite a bit. Best to use less and later reinforce it with a little more. Ant other plastic adhesive should work. I used large clamps that would clamp on the inside of the frame and the outside of the window. You have to have your top open in mid position, that is, neither completely up or down to clamp the frame.
I know this is old, but what clamps did you use there? I have some issue with my 2001 CLK430 CabrioletI was surprised to see recent activity on this post. Well I finally got around to my attempt in fixing the headliner frame (winter is best), wish I had seen the reply on the glue type. I used liquid nails in four spots equal distace appart then clamped as shown but had a metal clamp in the center because only had 2 nice clamps. I won't move top for 4 days and will cross my fingers at that time. If this does not hold, I will buy the gorilla glue.:thumbsup: