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Old 01-07-2002, 04:39 PM
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Another DIY'er

What worked for me in the past on other plastic items is to rough up the surface on plastic pieces on both sides of the break and use fibreglass resin to bond a thin piece of metal in over the break. Make sure to go a at least a couple of inches either side for strength and make sure there is resin below and above the metal piece. It will be thicker than normal but strong. I found that epoxy did not give me the strength I needed for my plastic repair projects, neither did Krazy Glue, but the resin is superfast once activated and strong. Obtain from auto body supply store. That's my 2 cents worth
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