w5jo at brightok.net
Thu Aug 23 19:12:38 EDT 2007
There are two types of JB Weld. The long settling and quick
setting. The long setting is best for high temp. I don't
recall but if I recall, it is good to 600 degrees F. It
works well for resetting tube caps.
> Is there any high temp type of JB Weld available?
> Rick Brashear wrote:
>> I have an old 810 with a loose grid peg. The tube
>> appears to be good,
>> filament is strong and no vacuum leaks, so it's just
>> loose at the outside
>> mount. Any ideas of the best glue to use to secure it?
>> Needless to say, it
>> gets VERY hot.
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