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I saw! some Plastic weld kit at Harbor Fright, Any one know if it's any good..

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I saw! some Plastic weld kit at CHINA Harbor Fright, Any one know if it's any good..

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Fix that for ya Elliott.

The Harbor Freight units are as good as the units from Eastwood. Maybe the same manufacture, in China. Id
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Fix that for ya Elliott.

The Harbor Freight units are as good as the units from Eastwood. Maybe the same manufacture, in China. Id
'd buy it. Just don't chew on the paint, has lead in it.

I SEE if it comes from them then the Plastic is no good!! thanks Dave,

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I know I am tacking this on an older thread but I had something to add.

you can use acetone, find any old piece of ABS plastic that is of similar color, dissolve the plastic into the acetone to make a thickened glue that works wonders, the bond is so strong, if it cracks again its likely to be beside the repair not in it.
using a fiber weave behind the crack is still a good idea as you can paint the glue lightly across the back lay the weave over and wait a bit then paint on a few more layers to make the entire area far stronger than original.
DO NOT apply this homemade glue too heavily as it can temporarily soften the part your repairing to the point it warps.
The color match is very handy and the total cost is pennies.

since the final product is thicker and is actually ABS plastic, sanding down is fairly easy. A body putty to make it perfectly smooth, add paint, look new and be stronger.
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Or you can try this great plastic fix:

http://www.plast-aid.com/

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