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|08-04-2010 07:09 PM|
I class it as purely cosmetic damage , It doesn't feel any differant and there are enough bolts in the rear fender to stop any movement.
|08-04-2010 06:54 PM|
|EEHonda||If it left a piece on the fender, you could try stitching it back with zip ties. That works well on cracked fenders if you get a small bit ans small zip ties. If it didn't leave a piece on the fender you could always make a T piece to sit on top of the grab bar mount that the fender would rest on. Paint it black and nobody would ever notice.|
|08-04-2010 12:48 AM|
|Garrett22||My little brother's got an older 300 ex and the plastics on it were broke everywhere so we used something called a pipeline stick. you can melt it with a lighter and just apply over where it needs to be repaired and your all done. its held up on the 300ex for over a year now.|
|08-04-2010 12:21 AM|
Consider a plastic welder. Some ATV and motorcycle parts are only repairable by using a plastic welder. They cost a couple hundred dollars and are easy to use with an instruction manual. They use an epoxy that hardens when the welder is applied to it.
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|08-04-2010 12:15 AM|
|crwh45||That may be a tricky one....if you could get your hands on some more plastic, try to melt it together, like a plastic weld. I don't think glue or anything would work as I think that would break. Do you have a picture of where it is broke (like did the tab break clean off? or did it split thru just where the bold goes)? Worst case, use some rivets and make a little metal mount and rivet to your plastics.|
|08-03-2010 11:23 PM|
Any way to "weld" or fuse plastic back together? Broke the tab off the rear fender that attaches to the grab bar...