Jay Donoghue wrote:
> Second, a question on temporary Crack of Doom solutions. One lister
> said a mechanic suggested drilling a hole at the end of the crack.
> This is standard aviation procedure--first used in my history on our
> old beat-to-s*** Huey gunships, covered with cracks and stop-drill
... and we did the same for our brass CYMBALS (as in drum-kit type
cymbals) and for cracks in asbestos sheeting!
So.. surely it is good enough for an MG :-)
Now... I would like to ask further.... when does it stop being an
annoying flaw and become a real problem, and does it necessarily always
"fully develop" into DOOM status. Yes, my little yellow beast has a
small "flaw" in it paint on the drivers' side - right side here - door
just behind the vent window and right next to the door mounted mirror...
oh dear. Right now it is about an inch long.