Motorcycle Fairing stud question....

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    RockerMomsHotwheels Veteran Member

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    Two of the three top screw studs below the windshield are loose on my Fairing...I need a fix please...My Harley shakes enough now but with two loose screws it really does...Can they be pulled and glued back in?
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    I would think your bike dealer would be the guy to answer this. You need to know what kind of plastic it is and use appropriate adhesive, just like anything else.
     
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    Im thinking like a 2 part epoxy...Know of anything that will cut into the plastic and really grip it?
     
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    fuser 142 its a 2 part plastic repair, but requires a specal dispensing gun. I have seen small 2 part plastic repair epoxy at my local jobber that came in a dispenser. I wanna say that it was a sem product. sem epoxies are very good products also.

    I made the same repair your talking about on a harley also, but cant tell you how it has held up. The bike was fixed to sell.
     
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    Without identifying the plastic nobody can answer your question. The Harley dealer should know and be able to recommend a product. Armed with this info, somebody here can likely help. Or you could just take a shot in the dark and gob some epoxy on it.
     

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