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Bodyshop Got a tweaked piece of plastic? Some roughed up paint? Here's the place to get some tips on repairing your Suzuki Katana.

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Old 07-10-2017, 05:54 AM   #1
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If anyone is hunting for some good stuff for fairing maintenance I used some of this stuff https://www.permatex.com/products/ad...-welder-epoxy/ to fix a broken tab on my fairing that one of the fairing clip nut things (what are they actually called!?) that slides onto the fairing to hold the screw in from the inside of the windshield, worked brilliantly, really strong bond.
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Black ABS cement will work also. Not the "universal" kind. Also works for filling scrapes and cracks.
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3M glue 04247 works great. Put some in wax paper and press it on where the tab should be. Wait about a minute or so, peel off the wax paper, file or sand to make a new tab and drill a new hole for the fastener. Use either Bulldog or 3M adhesion promoter, prime and then paint.
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