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Old 06-21-2021, 07:57 AM
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Default Sunstation Stitching on engine cover has some loose threads

These are not real bad yet, but with some threads coming loose is there anything I can do to help hold the stitching in place? Is there a glue for this type of repair?

I can't post pics here ....so here is a link to pics of my stitching.

https://www.netboattalk.com/forums/t...ng-loose.3212/


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Old 06-22-2021, 07:22 PM
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I took mine off and had a place re sew it.

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I will have to do that eventually. Hoping there is a way that I can delay the need to have it restitched. Thanks for your reply.
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You can take a small paper clip or needle and push the thread back in and then put a small drop of super glue on it. It should get you by for a while until you can get a shop to fix it.
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Originally Posted by Jeff Sunsation View Post
You can take a small paper clip or needle and push the thread back in and then put a small drop of super glue on it. It should get you by for a while until you can get a shop to fix it.
Thanks Jeff!!!!!!
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