Pug Paws Adhesive


Active Member
Gold Supporting Member
Feb 13, 2021
Good day, happy campers!

I recently ordered 2 pair of PUGS Paws for my popup. The package came with both screws and adhesive, although the Paws will have to be drilled out to use the screws.

Am I crazy to be leery about using the adhesive method? It just seems to me that constant strain from the bunjee cables would eventually pop the paw loose.

OTOH, I'm always looking for the path of least resistance, so if I can avoid screwing them down, I'd just as soon use the adhesive.

Maybe I'll do both: go the belt and suspenders route. :)


Staff member
Gold Supporting Member
Dec 22, 2002
Southeastern PA
I would use the screws but you could you the adhesive for positioning purposes.

The reason I suggest using the screws is that you should really make the lines tight. I had mine what I thought was tight, never had any issues. But then I experienced real wind when I was camping at Devils Tower in Aug of 2022.

Afterwards I made sure to really tighten them down.

VERY IMPORTANT! Make sure the attachment stud clears the camper when the bunkends are pushed in before you screw them down.

Once you have everything set, label the PUGS (on the made in America tag) as to which bunk they go on, Front or Back.

And here's my post about installing the PUGS Paws on my camper: