Plastic Welding

Discussion in 'Australia' started by saintell, Aug 27, 2009.

  1. saintell

    saintell Monarchs #30

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    Hullo all,I am looking for a plastic welder/ repairer to fix a front fairing which is completely broken in half,is this the sort of thing that I can do or should it be done by a professional ,eastern suburbs of Melbourne preferably and reasonably priced thanks Nev:evil
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  2. davorallyfan

    davorallyfan Commonist

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    Eastern suburbs of what Australian city - I'm thinking Sydney by your dopiness.
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  3. nevgriff64

    nevgriff64 ɹǝpun uʍop ɯoɹɟ buıppoɯ Super Moderator

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  4. Gimme 2

    Gimme 2 wheels , with nobs

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    Nev do your self a favor and show some pics.

    It can be fixed strongly and cheap with ties or deeps sea braid like this .[​IMG]
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  5. Brute

    Brute Melbourne , outer east .

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    As you head into Tooradin there`s a sign on the left out the front of a house saying motorbike plastic repairs . Can`t elaborate more .
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  6. nickj2411

    nickj2411 n00b

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    his number is 04 02 03 16 24
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  7. richo360

    richo360 Long timer

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    Yep, done stuff for me in the past, did a good job too.
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  8. Beer'o'clock Baz

    Beer'o'clock Baz Long timer

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    ummm does anyone know one in Brisbane also -
    sorry for jumping in on your thread :evil
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  9. saintell

    saintell Monarchs #30

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    Thanks for the replies guys but this thread is 4 yes four years old,I did get a professional to do it and it was a beaut job,not much sanding to do and painted well,bike has been sold a long time ago,cheers Nev
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  10. oldmanmuzza

    oldmanmuzza Been here awhile

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    GOOGLE ====PLASTEX==Simple to use and bloody strong, Having used it now five times and never had a problem.
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  11. Beer'o'clock Baz

    Beer'o'clock Baz Long timer

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    Thanks Muzza
    ordered some today from the states
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