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What would be the closest color match of cheap spray paint, like Rustoleum, that matches the adventure green of the plastics?
 

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Don't think you're going to find a match for adventure green in a spray can, and whatever you use will flake back off again.

You trying to paint all your plastics or ???

What color are your fenders now?
 

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Don't think you're going to find a match for adventure green in a spray can, and whatever you use will flake back off again.

You trying to paint all your plastics or ???

What color are your fenders now?
They're the adventure green color. I'm just trying to repair the cracks so it doesn't get any worse. The price for new plastics is insane!
 

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I'd try to find used ones. Guessing you're in Louisiana? I see cheap parts down there all the time. Look on the FB ATV pages and ask for used plastics.

In the meantime, if you have a crack, drill a tiny hole at the ends of the crack (will keep it from spreading) and drill holes on either side of the crack and zip tie the crack together.

Looks better than you'd think.
 

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I'd try to find used ones. Guessing you're in Louisiana? I see cheap parts down there all the time. Look on the FB ATV pages and ask for used plastics.

In the meantime, if you have a crack, drill a tiny hole at the ends of the crack (will keep it from spreading) and drill holes on either side of the crack and zip tie the crack together.

Looks better than you'd think.
I'll second the drilling and zip tying idea, works a treat, my rear is currently repaired this way.
 
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