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Old 01-31-2019, 04:14 PM
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Engine bay plastic trim - What type plastic?

What type of plastic are the engine bay trim pieces? Is it Polypropylene, ABS, HDPE, etc...?
Need to repair a cracked engine cover.
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What type of plastic are the engine bay trim pieces? Is it Polypropylene, ABS, HDPE, etc...?
Need to repair a cracked engine cover.
Why not just get a lightly used one from a bone yard?
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^^^ I did. Then my son "accidentally" stepped on it. Not gonna buy another one.
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It's PP.

I believe it should be stamped under the cover somewhere.
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It's PP.

I believe it should be stamped under the cover somewhere.

Ok so Polypropylene. I did see a PP-TD40 next to the manufacturing date stamps. When I searched for PP-TD40 I didn't find anything that led me to a material type.
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^^^ I did. Then my son "accidentally" stepped on it. Not gonna buy another one.
He already said he's not gonna buy another one!
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LOL!! I have thought about about it, but it doesn't seem to be a return policy
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He already said he's not gonna buy another one!



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