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Need Help Removing Foam from DogBone

Discussion in 'Dog Bone' started by sethmac, Aug 7, 2012.

  1. sethmac

    sethmac New Member

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    I'm trying to protect a transducer cord on a dogbone and I was curious if y'all new a trick to remove the foam so I can place the cord underneath (see picture for example)

    Thanks!

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  2. YakAttack

    YakAttack Guest

    Easier said than done :) You can shoot compressed air between the foam and tube to remove it, but when you go to put it back on with the cord it will be VERY difficult. We did Marty's (the one in the pic) but it wasn't easy. Anyway compressed air is the trick to get it off. Try that to put it back on but if that doesn't work some dish detergent as a lube might work better. Good luck!
     
  3. JMadre

    JMadre New Member

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    Try hairspray. It will lubricate while wet and act as an adhesive when it dries. I've used it successfully when applying foam handlebar padding on bicycles.
     

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