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Radiator Plastic Cover Broken - FIX

Hi all,
First post and decided to explain how i fix the problem i had and why i joined the forum.
Short story shorter, outside of my garage (building) there were some big stones and accidentally i ran over one and it hit my radiator plastic cover which broke it two.
I fixed it with super glue (lots) then baking soda and super glue, result is very strong glue.

If you look at the one that is fixed you can barely tell... I quoted in HD sydney and the peace was 140$ dollars new...

Hope this helps to everyone here if u ran into this issue!!
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