all advice appreciated.
so many cars, so little parking
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From: Mike Duvall <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> I have successfully repaired a crack in mine and never had problem
> with the aluminum panel.
> If you have some type of crack or hole, you need to melt aluminum
> into it. You don't need a great weld just a filler of the same
> prepare all your panels with a mild acid etch such as R-M 801 metal
> conditioner or Eastwoods Fast Etch. 801 come in quarts and you can
> likely buy locally.
> You should never apply materials over aluminum without having zinc
> chromate primer as a base. It will adhere to aluminum and stop the
> R-M makes a chromated epoxy primer ( http://superiorpaints.com/rmtech/
> Preparation is the key with any paint job!
> On Jun 12, 2008, at 10:17 AM, email@example.com wrote:
> > I'll test your cynical ideas about the repairability of the
> > aluminum bonnet, and post my results.
> > Eric.
> > So many cars, so little parking.
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