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I would soak it with thin cyanoacrylate, super glue, and hope it seeps in deeply. When dry I would scrape off the excess, smooth it with 0000 steel wool and then rub on some good varnish. I would expect it to hold just fine. Firbreglas backing is generally over-strong. - lbg
 
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Thanks dkincaid, the epoxy is probably a stronger hold, but I think I agree with longbowguy. The crack is very fine and I think the crazy glue will penetrate deeper. Will try when I get home. I appreciate the responses.


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use -smooth on epoxy , heat limb with lamp . "smooth on" will bend , super glue will not and will probable crack .it is hard to see how big the break in the glass is , but I hope it is not an upper limb ,watch out for your eyes if it is .if you do not have smooth on ,use epoxy with some kind of fiber dust in it .
 
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