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Old 11-15-2008, 06:53 PM   #1
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As mentioned in pror post doing maintenance today enjoing crisp cool air I also noticed I had a crack in the seam of my Blue Tote about 3in length anyone with any repair luck on plastic . Keep the dust on your boot and thank you BKF
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As mentioned in pror post doing maintenance today enjoing crisp cool air I also noticed I had a crack in the seam of my Blue Tote about 3in length anyone with any repair luck on plastic . Keep the dust on your boot and thank you BKF
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Plastic welder fixes the crack. Phone any auto body shop and inquire to pricing.
UPDATE: Probably the cheapest fix is this: plastic repair kit. A bit more expensive is plastic repair adhesive.
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