You can pretty much use anything.  Whatever you come up with will probably be 
stronger than the styrofoam.  If you already have some micro just mix some 
epoxy with it and make a paste and use that.  I've use 5-minute epoxy with 
micro if I was in a hurry. 
Paul ViskBelleville Il 618-406-4705

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-------- Original message --------From: Ken Hurley via KRnet 
<krnet@list.krnet.org> Date: 11/29/17  8:08 AM  (GMT-06:00) To: KRnet 
<krnet@list.krnet.org> Cc: Ken Hurley <kenhurle...@gmail.com> Subject: KR> glue 
What is a good glue to use on gluing the type of Styrofoam on a KR2? I only
need a small amount.



Thanks

Ken Hurley
kenhurle...@gmail.com
417-343-6888
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