This is a tech article on repairing the broken mounting tabs on the 70-81 Camaro gauge bezel. I've tried several methods of repairing tabs, and this seems to be the best so far. With a little patience and just a few bucks, you can repair tabs at home. This is a typical gauge housing with all four mounting tabs broken. Only two of the tabs are shown here. Cut the vertical tab completely flush with the horizontal portion of the tab. This will give a sturdy mounting point for the new plastic to be put into place. IMPORTANT - The gauge housing is made of ABS plastic. The new tabs should also be made of ABS plastic material. ABS bonds very well with super glues. I sometimes use plastic cut from spare guage housings. In this example, an ABS 4" pipe plug was used. Although products such as LEXAN (polycarbonate resin) are much stronger than ABS, it will not bond very well with ABS. Cut a piece of ABS into small squares slightly larger than needed. Remove all the dust and leave a clean edge. Make sure the mating surfaces of the gauge housing and the replacement tab are clean. Use a quality super glue (I use LockTite Super Max) and spread liberally on both mounting surface. Apply the new tab flush with the gauge housing horizontal tab mounting area. I use an aluminum duct tape to overlap the repair area. this will add a little strength and also give a clean smooth surface for the repair guides. Repeat the procedure on all tabs to be repaired. I have duplicated the exact size and shape of the factory tabs in a stick-on decal. I will post info on how to get these decals at the end of the article. Apply the decal flush with the bottom of the horizontal mounting surface. the decal is outlined in black to show where to cut and drill.