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There have been questions about how to repair broken body work here. Yesterday, while at an RV show, I ran across this solution...Looks as if it will do the trick.

http://www.crg-industries.com/

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There have been questions about how to repair broken body work here. Yesterday, while at an RV show, I ran across this solution...Looks as if it will do the trick.

http://www.crg-industries.com/

To repair my bike's body work I bought a plastic welder, did fine on some parts not so good on others, problem is the tupperware bends/warps when wrecked and will not straighten back out even when a heat gun is used. With a straight split the welder worked fine. On next weeks trip I will know if the welds are going to hold up.

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