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Buy a new one.

A mended rubber cord will *NEVER* have the strength of the original.

Buy a new one, before you hurt yourself or someone else. send me a pic so i can see what you mean i might be able to help you

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Q: I own a banshee bungee cord which is a bungee cord that slingshots you into the ocean the rubber cord broke in half how can i mend it back together?
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