Date: Sat, 28 Jun 2003 22:37:06 +0100
From: Grunff <>
Subject: Re: Cracked Oil Pan, 2000 9-3

MeatballTurbo wrote: > In article <bdkfst$tjqih$>, > spouted forth into > >>However, there are several aluminium 'welding' kits around which >>are effectively a high temperature aluminium solder. These would >>be perfectly adequate for this application. In the UK, >>MachineMart do them. >> >> > > I think I've seen these, don't you basically braze it with the special > rods supplied, and then wire brush it and the brushing is supposed to > add strength to the join as well as cleaning it? > > I think I've seen them recommended for motorcycle crank case repairs? That's the ones. Used them on a thermostat housing once, worked fine with a decent torch. -- Grunff

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