V6 (1994-2004) MustangsTechnical discussions on the 3.8L and 3.9L V6 torque monsters Sponsored by Optima Batteries
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My knowledge is little about the foam on the car but I have delt with foam in many other applications. I have always used liquid nails for projects to hold my foam. Yes I know it's caulk basically but a little dab will go a long way
"Speed has never killed anyone. Suddenly becoming stationary, that's what gets you" - Clarkson 1:1
"Whenever I'm suffering from insomnia, I just look at a picture of a Toyota Camry. That sets me right off" - Clarkson 1:2
The foam is intended to absorb direct, slow speed impacts and provide a small crush zone in direct higher speed impacts. Very little is needed to "hold it in place" as long as it is in the right position before an impact.
So, if it's no longer connected with the original fasteners, I just use... duct tape. It holds it in place well enough and nobody sees it anyways.
2001 Convertible - V6/Auto
1967 Coupe - 302/4spd
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