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Old Jul 22, 2012, 08:33 AM
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Originally Posted by Irg View Post

I would just pop that back into place, hit it with thin ca, and then lay some popsicle sticks over the breaks. use medium ca or epoxy for the popsicle sticks.

take the motor off first, though.
plus 1. thats a scratch not a bad thing tho if you wanna put a motor box in there. Good repair practice..Wouldnt be much to just tack it back into place either.Which is why this type of break is the best one..You have choices on how to repair and parts available from the manufacturer to replace..very cool.
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