I've check out the various advice from the forum, and it seems most have recommended the black ABS glue for making repairs to the various plastic parts. I've spent the last few days calling around to find the black ABS and can't find out who manufactures it and can't find a supplier that carries it. Home Depot, Rona, and any of the major hardware stores don't have a clue what I'm talking about. Finally found a body repair guy that said he didn't really know what I wanted, but he has stuff that might work, but it requires a specific gun and some sort of mesh.
Does anyone have the name of this stuff or the manufacturer, or a code number, and is there a specific gun I need? From what I'm reading here, no gun seems to be involved, but that's why I'm asking.
ABS Cement is for gluing black ABS pipe used in drains here under sinks, etc. You might check a hardware store there in the plumbing department.
Maybe the yellow is same mfg, different number. This is themfg and number in the U. S.
Black ABS Cement, Oatey #30999, ABS Cleaner, Oatey #30779
All black sewer/drain pipe in Canada is ABS. Buy a piece of pipe and cut it length wise then put it in the oven on a cookie sheet at 350 degrees. as it softens it will lay flat and you will have a sheet of ABS
Take a piece of black ABS pipe and a rasp, and file black plastic shavings into a pile. Add the yellow Canadian ABS cement and mix it into a goopy black plastic mess. Use that to fashion your repairs on the fairing parts you want to repair.