Lynne, TBIII is as good a glue as can be had...your whole tear can be built with it...however Gorilla Glue and Polyurethane constuction adhesives have their places
....the PL glue is excellent in places that may have a slight gap such as rib to roof attachment and also works well in sandwich floor constuction...
I am a fan of Gorilla Glue in situations where clamping is hard to properly apply....GG and a brad gun are very effective...we also used a lot of GG because we applied all finishes before construction rendering TBIII relatively useless and used Al angle for cleats, which TBIII will not stick to but GG will
So choices are upto you, just be sure the glue and application match up and if unfamiliar with a product, be sure and read and follow all instuctions....as always, Your Mileage May Vary
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