Fix it with JBweld (original JB weld, not JBqwik, higher temp rating). Mix
it really, really, really well before you apply it.

On a fresh break, if you didn't get a through-break, then stretch the gap
op, use an old credit card like a spatula and push the JB weld in, then let
off the pressure and let the gap close up snug.

On an old break, or on the area around/outside the break, sand it first and
then wipe with isopropanol. Surface prep is key to adhesion.

Guys use JBweld to fix cracked heads on Semi diesels, permanently, pretty
sure it'll be fine for yours.

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