Hey guys - I posted this question at the Seymour Duncan forum, but my account got all weird and I can't reply, so here goes: I recently traded out the stock pickups in my Peavey Vandenberg Custom Quilt (put in SD Alnico II Pro's). I want to try the Peavey pickups in my Godin Freeway classic, just for fun. Problem is, the screw holes on the Vandy pickup baseplates are completely stripped. If the baseplate was metal, I'd just drill a larger hole and re-tap it. However, the baseplate is plastic. Any ideas? I'd thought of either using superglue or JB Weld to basically fill the hole, then re-drill and re-tap. Is that the best answer? Thanks in advance for everyone's help.