The story: I got a little zealous on a walkabout, and my deadbolt took a tumble the wrong way. The roll cage survived; however, the lexan body didn't fare so well. 629CCCC3-9D7B-49E7-8133-EA0E20D4B44F by javab posted Nov 7, 2017 at 11:32 PM For the new body I made some braces out of spare lexan scraps. Pieces parts needed: 1. Lexan 2. tape 3. Dremel or shaping tool 4. Sand paper 5. Paint Lessons learned: Tape 2 pieces of lexan together while shaping the brace, and they will mirror each other. You can take care of 2 or more pieces at the same time. This also helps with drilling multiple pieces at the same time. 77E09014-7DF5-4E08-9CB8-DD4C1537EFD2 by javab posted Nov 7, 2017 at 11:29 PM DB9E2495-F516-4282-9472-23581EDD84A1 by javab posted Nov 7, 2017 at 11:33 PM I will be doing the same concept to all corners, both on top and underneath. Only time will tell how long the fix will last. I will update photos after paint is done. I just threw this idea out there for someone else in the same predicament. Problems are simply solutions that you have not thought of yet.