Repair Rust Holes in your car. How to weld.

Опубликовано: 3 сент. 2018 г. 161 081 просмотр

How to weld and Repair Rust Holes in your car using this method which will work on all types of rust holes or rot in your car. Also a quick guide on how to get good results using Mig welding. Step by Step walkthrough on this repair, Any questions please ask me!

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  • Sblexls
    Sblexls 6 месяцев назад Thumbs up bro! Love watching your videos and wish you plenty of success with your channel. You got my support all the way! Best of luck with your upcoming videos and always stay safe when you’re working. Can’t wait for new content to post!
  • Gruby Garage Projekt
    Gruby Garage Projekt 6 месяцев назад You should put a coat of epoxy primer on bare metal before filler
  • dsmmonster
    dsmmonster 6 месяцев назад Gruby Garage Projekt if the body filler it’s compatible with bare metal its aceptable.. in fact I know a lot of body man that remove any primer to bare metal before a playing body filler..
  • Mr. Wizeguy
    Mr. Wizeguy 6 месяцев назад Most body fillers is meant to apply straight to bare metal.
  • SukkaHousuSnakePlisskenCanOfWorms447
    SukkaHousuSnakePlisskenCanOfWorms447 6 месяцев назад Epoxy filler is just another jewish conspiracy.
  • Frost12q
    Frost12q 6 месяцев назад @Mr. Wizeguy check this after two years after aplication...
  • Robert Kinney
    Robert Kinney 6 месяцев назад A poxy primers get on bare metal if you're gonna let it sit for a long time before you do body work
  • Earl Gray
    Earl Gray 6 месяцев назад Not sure why you sanded the rust that you cut out.
  • Taunuslunatic
    Taunuslunatic 6 месяцев назад Maybe to see the extent of the rust.
  • Grimshaw Grummage
    Grimshaw Grummage 6 месяцев назад Don't you love it when people who don't have a clue about something like to comment.
  • Earl Gray
    Earl Gray 6 месяцев назад @Grimshaw Grummage Don't you love it when someone is a complete asshole over a genuine interest in why something was done a certain way.
  • Nasty business.
    Nasty business. 6 месяцев назад To fecking see if it needs to be cut out at all maybe?
  • Chuck Finley
    Chuck Finley 5 месяцев назад Earl Gray. The purpose of that is to see the real extent of the rust. He did a wonderful job on the car and video. From your point of you I guess he could’ve explained why he did that grinding away of the rust.
  • Web Surfer
    Web Surfer Неделю назад Great job, your videos are all great, keep up the good work!
    G POWER DRAGON 6 месяцев назад Don't Forget The Other Side Still Bare metal Good Idea to put rust protection
  • mack 96
    mack 96 2 месяца назад Just watched the bonnet and wing video as well. The panel looked great to me. Reading the comments is gas.
  • jeepman012
    jeepman012 2 недели назад Great Job and thanks for all the tips,
  • Joe Atwork
    Joe Atwork 6 месяцев назад Beautiful work. Thanks for sharing your knowledge.
  • John McHenry
    John McHenry 4 месяца назад One of the best videos ever on how to actually repair it fast ,cheap and good 👌🏼
  • Bob Van sand
    Bob Van sand 5 месяцев назад Great tips for measuring , thx bro! 🇧🇪😎Bob the Belgian
  • danthor45
    danthor45 1 месяц назад why did you make a rusty part, and then repair it. go to a junk yard there is a lot of rust you can fix
  • mihai damian
    mihai damian 6 месяцев назад I think this is the best tutorial. Thank you!
  • Veikra
    Veikra 6 месяцев назад You should use a waterproof filler first then the one you used here if you didnt fully weld the piece of steel all around. We didnt see prior to applying filler if it was fully welded or not. Typical body filler absord water through the crack otherwise. Trust me I'm a professional canadian
  • Tony92x
    Tony92x 2 недели назад Whoa! Very nice work
  • GxG da
    GxG da 6 месяцев назад yap perfect end ader side left for element 2 sprei :))
  • Kimberly O'Neal
    Kimberly O'Neal 6 месяцев назад Looks amazing. Great job!
  • MrCougar214
    MrCougar214 6 месяцев назад Nice job. But um, you do know you could have just plug welded the holes right?
  • Elijah Fowler
    Elijah Fowler 6 месяцев назад He could, but then there could be rust on the back side, and it would just eat through the metal again. The proper way to fix rust is to cut it all out and weld in a patch, that way it doesn't come back.
  • Rockitanski
    Rockitanski 6 месяцев назад Elijah Fowler Elijah Fowler it will always come back unless you are a anal bedbug about proper corrosion protection on the back side that often cannot be reached. Welding always burns off any corrosion protection and it must be addressed if you expect any sort of long term repair.
  • MrCougar214
    MrCougar214 6 месяцев назад Elijah Fowler  That is true. I didn't take the backside into consideration, my bad....lol. BUT, with that said, most rear quarter panels are accessible from the trunk, MOST anyway. So you could plug weld the holes then go into the trunk to access the backside to clean and rust proof it. I know this isn't ideal on some cars though so you will be forced to cut out all the rusted metal anyway, specially when you get into the edge of quarter panels where they bend.
  • Mr. Wizeguy
    Mr. Wizeguy 6 месяцев назад If there is a rust hole in panel it means that rust made metal thin enough to form a hole so better replace piece than just weld them because there will be soon new hole next to fixed hole.
  • SukkaHousuSnakePlisskenCanOfWorms447
    SukkaHousuSnakePlisskenCanOfWorms447 6 месяцев назад Sure he could have plug welded them if he would have wanted even bigger holes.
  • MrCougar214
    MrCougar214 6 месяцев назад iivoli  You can see on this car the metal isn't that thin at all from the rust and the metal cleaned up just fine when he took a flap disc to it. So he COULD have plug welded it fine. If you think it would have caused bigger holes then you don't know how to weld.
  • Jimmy Grant
    Jimmy Grant 5 месяцев назад MrCougar214 because the metal around the holes is thin from rust…
  • pit bull
    pit bull 6 месяцев назад Ok so my question is..... what is done about the raw steel on the inside of the panel??? Won't that just start to rust away again???? Do you primer inside/back side of panel?
  • dualititties
    dualititties 6 месяцев назад Next time do us a favor and were some goggles to protect your eyes bro. :) Good vid
  • Jaime Belinchón Martínez
    Jaime Belinchón Martínez 6 месяцев назад Great job! But.....use the angle grinder guard bro!