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@nomad wrote:Mig welder .... pref anything from 180 amps and above .... as the lower amp machines tend to give poorer weld so it just looks like birdshit lol .... the 230 en turbo is a good machine sealey mig 180 is ok also ... look at duty cycles as the cheaper machines tend to have lower duty cycles wich means you cant use it for long at higher amps ... beacuase your only tack welding the panel on it doesnt require to much skill the skill is in cutting the rust out and cutting the panel to the correct size ... before you start .... tack welding is as it sounds you are litteraly just placing a blob of weld to fuse the old metal to the new metal anybody can hold the trigger on the gun and count 3 seconds then move onto the next tack ... welds can be ground down too so its nothing to daunting if it is abit ropey looking ... its all in the prep really like most things .... you got any pics of your arches now ????
@shroom wrote:No rust looks good but that is not that bad at all,
Do we have any information on decent panel sealers etc.? I know people use lots of different stuff but it would be good to get a list of some of the most popular seam sealers, fillers, underseal, primers, etc. etc. and also info on welders, and good equipment such as joggler
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