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Just came bac from broadhead tuning. 2 of my 3 g5 montecs and inserts still in the hay bale grrrrrrr.

I'm shooting gt 5575 expedition hunters. What glue do I need to use to stop this? I'm currently using ferrl tite, cleaning with 22 brush, cotton tip with acetone, etc.

Any help greatly appreciated.
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I like goat tuff.

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X2 Goat Tuff
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Just came bac from broadhead tuning. 2 of my 3 g5 montecs and inserts still in the hay bale grrrrrrr.

I'm shooting gt 5575 expedition hunters. What glue do I need to use to stop this? I'm currently using ferrl tite, cleaning with 22 brush, cotton tip with acetone, etc.

Any help greatly appreciated.
Your prep is fine, except I would substitute denatured alcohol for the acetone. I also use goat tuff.

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Re: Insert glue

Why the denatured alcohol over acetone? At that rate why not isopropyl alcohol rather than denatured ?
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Re: Insert glue

u can use hot melt glue, i have been using it for years and havent had any problems
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post #8 of 13 (permalink) Old 09-09-2013, 03:06 PM
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Re: Insert glue

Always used hot melt in the shop! If you ever want to turn your heads or recut your shafts you do not want to use epoxy or super glue.
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Re: Insert glue

5-minute, 2-part epoxy. I have never had an insert pull out.
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5-minute, 2-part epoxy. I have never had an insert pull out.
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