I have acquired a second quad (Kawasaki klf 300)for penults nothing doggy just a client that had one of his idiot sons prang it has more money than sense so just went out and bought a new one. All damage is cosmetic slightly bent carrier and mounts which has all come back cracked light mount and cracked front plastic (fender)….. The steel work is a breeze done in less than an hour, however repairing plastics is a different world to me, the crack is around 3" long and although I could just leave it I thought Id tidy it up whilst its striped encase I ever wanted to sell the bike... I could buy S/H plastics however they wont colour match have the correct decals and make the bike look sus if and when it does go down the road. I'm wondering how I could make the best decent repair, looking at some of the cheep welders on ebay or the epoxy type repairs, I was wondering what the collectives views are on repairing it to a decent (not perfect) repair?