So my son threw his bike at the scenery while we were away in Scandinavia in June & July. Damage was limited to most of the sticky out bits - indicators, exhaust, 'bars etc etc and crucially the little flyscreen his Triumph speed triple is fitted with. He repaired / replaced most of it before he left on his world wanderings again but left me a few things to do including trying to repair the flyscreen. Its a simple affair. A back plate bolts to the clocks bracket up front. This is cracked but has glued back together OKish. A small fairing fits onto the backplate secured by 4 small self tappers into 4 bosses on the fairing. 3 of these bosses have snapped off. A small screen bolts to the fairing. The whole lot weighs about 1-2kilos so not a huge about of weight or pressure on the 4 screws but enough as it hanging on them. Son tried to glue/epoxy the bosses back on but the glue didn't really want to stick very well to the plastic and it hasn't worked and in any case the bosses don't have much surface area to stick to - about 6-7mm diameter. Whats the best solution. I cant find a fairing for sale anywhere, even at triumph where it would £200+ anyway. I could try some different sort of glue/epoxy and make sure it has a good key, Any recommendations for glue/epoxy? I have some fibre glass stuff that I am sure would work if it will stick to the plastic. Is there anywhere anyone knows of who does a good plastic welding job? I will get some pics later.