Originally Posted by caverdan
I wouldn't do any gluing in low temperatures. 60 degrees F is about as low as I would go. I've never heard of using heat to reactivate the glue. I've used toluene before to do that. I do use a heat gun to heat on whatever I'm sticking together, to get a good chemical reaction out of the glue. Be careful......don't get things too hot. Good luck.
Heat reactivation works great on urethane glues like stabond, but I'm not sure if the op can get the heat to transfer through the plastic oar locks that he is talking about gluing on. Either way, tolulene would not be the appropriate solvent to reactivate stabond. If he chooses the solvent approach, he will need MEK. Tolulene, on the other hand is the solvent to use with shore adhesive and other hypalon contact cement.