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Hey, I have a 1990 ZX750F that has a polycarbonate front fender that cracks by the mounting bolts. This is my 2nd fender. Nothing sticks to polycarbonate. It's like a jet fuselage. I have tried epoxy, fiberglass and liquid steel/cement with no luck. The only place that had some type of answer was from England and they couldn't export the product!! Any suggestions?? :?
 

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Did you do a good prep job before doing repair? I work in a body shop. We have used Duramix. They make stuff for all types of plastic and metal repair. We hace a chart at work for what to use certain types of repair. I will try and look at it tomorrow. You can also take a look here and see if you find anything. Our chart shows a more than what is listed here. http://www.autobodysupply.net/duramix.htm
 

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bingcc1 said:
Hey, I have a 1990 ZX750F that has a polycarbonate front fender that cracks by the mounting bolts. This is my 2nd fender. Nothing sticks to polycarbonate. It's like a jet fuselage. I have tried epoxy, fiberglass and liquid steel/cement with no luck. The only place that had some type of answer was from England and they couldn't export the product!! Any suggestions?? :?

I wonder if Shoe Goo would hold? It's really flexible and strong and sticks to about anything. Just a thought.

 

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I wonder if Shoe Goo would hold? It's really flexible and strong and sticks to about anything. Just a thought.

SHOE GOO! Is that a polite phrase for Dog Sh*it (LOL) that stuff sticks to everything.
 
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