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Air Filter Glue?

Hey all, I just bought a new Uni filter for my 600. The filter originally had the black foam piece that was glued onto the filter housing that marries up to the air box, but the original one ripped off and sucked itself into the carb. I ordered another Uni and it came with the replacement piece, but no adhesive? I’ve looked and looked but can’t find a definite answer to this. What adhesive should I use for the foam piece to glue it to the air filter housing? Thank you all.

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I had done some investigation into this myself for a Similar problem a buddy had and found clear silicone worked well. I also could not find a Specific type of glue for this application.

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I had done some investigation into this myself for a Similar problem a buddy had and found clear silicone worked well. I also could not find a Specific type of glue for this application.
Went to the local hardware store and I found some 3M spray adhesive that’s includes applications for foam and plastic. Hopefully it holds well!

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Just use silicone. All that is needed.
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