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fender trim

1999 base there is a rubber strip on the front fenders that uses some kind of double sided tape to hold it on. Where can I get this tape or will trim adhesive work? I don't want to lose it.

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Re: fender trim

Rust magnet. Take it off before it's too late.

Nah seriously if you keep the car dry and clean 100% of the time Honda bond will be an ideal adhesive. But I wasn't kidding about the rust magnet part.
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Re: fender trim

No rust at all on this car and would like to put the strip back on. I guess I will try and find that Honda bond. Is that a dealer item?
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Re: fender trim

Just ripped the strips off on both wheel wells and there was rust all along the wheel well, FML guess I'm gonna do some ghetto auto body work to kinda correct it
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Re: fender trim

Make sure you sand/grind away as much rust as you can. There may be more inside the panel. You should, at minimum, treat the inside of the panel with a rust convertor/preventative.

Use panel bonding instead of body filler for any patch work. Don't use body filler as it's porus and holds moisture.
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Thanks for the tips, I'm gonna be tackling the job soon
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