> made. It seems to make sense. You can leave gaps between the welds and
> fill the groove space with solder (maybe better than bondo since the doors
> will get slammed over and over. Grind smooth with flap discs and surface
> with bondo and sandable primer.
I usually fill in the gaps with a seam sealer a tube costs about $10 but they
go a long way when it sets up it is hard but sandable you don't want to
ever fill seams or holes with bondo because it draws moisture and after a couple
years you will see every bit of what you were trying to hide
> I've always heard 80/20 CO2 /Argon is best for mild steel, but then your
> welder's a pro and I'm certainly not.
argon is the way to go if you compare straight CO2 to argon mix you see a big
difference! for as long as a tank lasts the cost difference isn't that
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