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Old 03-13-2014, 03:29 AM   #1
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I am looking to glue a wooden cabinet to a wall that is carpeted. Yes thats right, carpeted. I am looking for a glue with a strong bond, hoping to hold at least maybe a hundred pounds on it.

Before you tell me just to put some nails or screws in to it,
keep in mind that behind the carpet on the walls is a steel body frame for a Cadillac Hearse.

If you have any other suggestions of how to hold this cabinet up, they would be appreciated.

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Ayuh,.... That Ain't gonna happen,....

Ya better come up with a Plan B,....

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Your not going to glue anything to a carpeted wall.
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If you have any other suggestions of how to hold this cabinet up, they would be appreciated.
Drill bits, fine thread taps and cap screws have been around for well over a hundred years and I'm betting they would hold the cabinet to a hearse frame with carpet between.
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I'm curious to know why there is a Caddy frame in, on, or behind the wall.
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