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Old 25 June 2012, 08:40   #1
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Cracked engine cowling - repairable?

The engine cowling on my Honda 75hp outboard 4 stroke (circa 2003) has 2 cracks in it. Both run fore/ aft on top of the enigne and are approx 5 inches long (if you trip the engine fully up it hits the seats).

Can this be repaired? Any idea cost/ how?

Many thanks...
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Old 25 June 2012, 10:56   #2
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The engine cowling on my Honda 75hp outboard 4 stroke (circa 2003) has 2 cracks in it. Both run fore/ aft on top of the enigne and are approx 5 inches long (if you trip the engine fully up it hits the seats).

Can this be repaired? Any idea cost/ how?

Many thanks...
any good autobody shop can weld plastic
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Old 25 June 2012, 11:32   #3
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any good autobody shop can weld plastic
second that, my Mrs recently encountered a wall outside our house, as we were paying rather than claiming the local Audi place repaired the plastic bumper instead of replacing it, looks new now.
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