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I just got a new 2009 Diamond The Rock and the grip fell off. It only glues on it doesn't have any screws or anything. I was jus

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  • rudyglove27
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    Agreed with Jim in Mo and + 1 for you sir!!!

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  • hjohn429
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    Thanks guys I took my bow to the local dealer that I got it from and they fixed it for free since I did not void the warranty

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  • hjohn429
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    It took about 3 months for my bow to come from Oregon to Indiana and I really don't want to send it back! Should i just take it to the local Diamond dealer that I picked it up from?

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  • rocketman121
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    You guys are probably right. Thanks.

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  • Reid Jones
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    gluing it back on yourself would be a great idea!...until you realize that you just made a terrible mistake. don't glue it! you'll do more harm in the long run. it'll look and perform good on glue for about 2 weeks and then you'll run into another problem. just send it back. you have to have a warranty.

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  • jay
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    take it back. if you try to fix it yourself it will probably void the warranty.

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  • rocketman121
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    If you don't want to take it back,(correct me if I'm wrong)just about any Epoxy-type glue should work.

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  • Jim in Mo
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    Don't do anything, take it back.

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  • I just got a new 2009 Diamond The Rock and the grip fell off. It only glues on it doesn't have any screws or anything. I was jus

    I just got a new 2009 Diamond The Rock and the grip fell off. It only glues on it doesn't have any screws or anything. I was just wondering what kind of glue I should use to re-atatch it.

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