cb6000 split

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    hello all i have had a cb6000 for quite some time but never really used it much as i was looking for someone to hold the keys for me. i joined the mansion recently and started wearing the cb more and more to get used to it, i had a great idea i thought to make the key inaccessible for a week or so and when i lent my campervan to the neighbours daughters i put the key on the vans keyring. Today the tube has been hurting quite a lot and i thought it was just from wearing it too long but i have just found that the tube has split along its length and has trapped my penis in its seam. I have had to grab it and try and snap the tube open to free myself from it. I am very annoyed at this and may have to look at alternatives to but. have heard tollyboys or neosteels are a better bet any thoughts?
     
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    Stroppy... I had that and the manufacturer replaced under warranty. If it is over 12 months though i would suggest Super Glue or Crazy Glue and I beleive the US calls it. Other posts suggest this works fine.

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    You may want to look into an actual solvent cement instead of a surface adhesive like Super Glue.

    If you can find a product called "Weld-On", use their #3 solvent cement and it'll work wonders on the plastic that the CB-6000 is made of. It essentially melts the plastic a bit and fuses the two parts together, in theory making it as strong or stronger than the original plastic. Make sure you get a needlepoint applicator, since the stuff is as thin as water. It will cloud anywhere it touches, so you want it exactly on the seam, and not running down the sides.

    It's similar in concept to the solvent cement you use for PVC plumbing pipe, if you're familiar with that.
     
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    thanks for the replies i did try araldite but that has also just broken away at the first attempt. I think i may give it up as a bad lot and have been offered a good deal on a tollyboy style belt it may even be a tollyboy, wont know until i have a look at it. I think if it is any good i shall just cut my losses on the cb6000 and see if i can make that work for me.
     
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