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Welding Plastic Panels
Written by jim.strtr on 6/15/2011 at 06:13 am

Jerry: I called my friend with the BMW and asked him to take some pictures. He
said the bike was all back together and he had all ready gone for a ride. So, I
am out of luck on getting some "inside" photos. Until he takes it apart again.
Sorry, I tried. If any of you have a PC panel that needs welding, I would be
glad to do it for free just to get Jerry to stop. . . . No, really I'll do one
for free if I can take pictures and post them. Any takers? J.S.



--- In ipcrc@yahoogroups.com, "Jerry" <sanae.ej@...> wrote:
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> http://groups.yahoo.com/group/ipcrc/photos/album/360571061/pic/list
>
> Jim, There are only 2 pics in there!
>
> --- In ipcrc@yahoogroups.com, "jim.strtr" <jim.strtr@> wrote:
> >
> > I had a fellow PCer here ask me to post this. I just created an album named
Welding Plastic Panels. I have welded several bikes plastic panels back
together "after the fall". If you can find the plastic type (code) inside the
panel and buy the correct welding rod the Harbor Freight welders work very well.
Practice makes perfect. If anyone wants to try this I'll be happy to coach you
through the welding process. The BMW1200RS I just put back together was a
PBT/PC alloy plastic. It welded back together from the inside so well that you
could hardly see the cracks and the paint on the outside was not discolored at
all.
> >
>

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jim.strtr
6/14/2011, 05:54 am
Welding Plastic Panels
I had a fellow PCer here ask me to post this. I just created an album named Welding Plastic Panels. I have welded several bikes plastic panels back together "after the fall". If you can find the plastic type (code) inside the panel