Glue for string stop

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  1. frantic29

    frantic29 Die Hard Bowhunter

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    Was cleaning up my bow and the string stop rubber fell off the rod. It’s a Mathews Halon 32. Pretty sure the rod is carbon fiber. What type of glue would I use to put it back on. Tried super glue as that’s what I use on vanes and it’s didn’t even try to stick.
     
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    Planopurist Weekend Warrior

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    I have an Elite that it popped off. I used plastic food wrap to just hold it pretty tight. That’s worked so far.


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    I wouldn't use glue, I'd use Black RTV, so if needed to replace later, it would twist off without leaving a mess on the carbon rod, and anything on the rod would peel off.
     
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