As there are 101 similar products, could I trouble you to tell me the brand/product of epoxy putty that you used please.I just used some Epoxy Putty to mold new tabs into shape, reinforcing existing ones that were there or replacing missing ones. You shape it into place, then just use a dremel to cut out and refine the shape/screw hole. Epoxy putty is immensely heat resistant, not sensitive to water/elements and provides for what I feel is a stronger repair than even the original plastic that was in use. It was about 10 dollars in steel reinforced epoxy putty and about 1 hour to do all sides.
When I get around to doing my other tab I could make up a nice kit. I am not sure when I will get to it.Nice are you selling the tabs ? I have 2 broken tabs on one of my tail lights. Currently just have them zip tied lol