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Hello Johnathon, I heard about an adhesive called E6800 from a nice guy on this forum and bought 2 tubes from Amazon. This stuff sticks well and is easy to apply but a pain to remove excess. Sticks to most everything.
I bought some 3M 6004 from Walmart online. I tested it by adhering baffle material to aluminum. Total fail. Maybe it would work better on plain rubber, but does not work on silicone baffle material.
3m, 08001, Yellow super weatherstrip and gasket adhesive. Spruce P/N. 09-27200 Works really well, but it is yellow, so apply carefully.
I used the 3M Super Weather Strip initially but after a year it was coming loose. Believe it or not, I have changed over to using ‘Shoe Goo’ and it works great. I inject into the seam with a glue syringe and it holds the rubber well. Only downside is it takes 24-48 hours to dry.