I don't post, but frequent this site often when I have questions. The search feature is my friend
That being said ... I have a Tour Pack that I am adding to my Street Glide and bought one on Ebay. I bought one that was off a 2006 Ultra Classic. It is the newer plastic model. It had lid damage and damage (crack) on the lower Tour Pack. I've read on numerous threads that the material the Tour Pack is constructed is ABS. I have bought many wrecked sportbikes and have done amazing repairs with the plastics (which are ABS) with a product that I was turned on to a while back. What I found out is that the saddlebags and tour packs are NOT ABS!! They are PPE + PA (Polyphenylene Ether + Polyamide). Basically, a blend of Polyphenylene Ether and Nylon. The brand name is GTX. For anyone looking to repair these bags need to know this. You cannot repair this material with any type of epoxy or plastic repair solvents, it just will not stick and hold.
Below you will find a link to where I bought the tools to fix the tour pack. What you have to do is use a plastic welder to melt material back into the crack. They have a good "how to" section that explains the process. I spoke to one of their techs and he suggested that I use Nylon to weld the piece back together (which worked). I bought (his suggestion) the cheap airless welder used for ATV fender repair (model ATV Fender Welder Pro). It comes with stainless steel mesh and I bought a roll of Nylon (code 5003R6) to weld the crack together.
If anyone needs assistance on how to do this, or what else is needed you can contact me. I just wanted to post the correct process for this for people like me who like to do things themselves. If you need help and live in Ohio, I would be more than happy to assist. I might be even be talked into fixing it for you for a small fee (hint: beer, food [sm=smiley20.gif])
I have fixed my tour pack and it is good as new. Off to get paint now. The process is not simple, but the repair is solid. [sm=happy046.gif]
Link to where to find the plastic welder:
Link to nylon to fill crack:
Link for "how to":