the real Andrew Harvey: eastwood stepped up to the plate big this is awesome they are learning as they go so show some support to these dudes not easy for the you tube shift
John barfneck: this is fine for a mg.....but never for a classic chevy....this some messed up patch work....this is how not to restore a car....
Gear Jammin: is it just me, or does this guy sound like Jay Leno?? Thanks for the vid, very helpful.
Jacques Poirier: I fear rust traps with a repair like this !!!
Symon Simens: Nice job man!!!
McCartney Paint and Custom: Look at the rust issues on any vintage car and most involve 2 layers of metal spot welded together. The factory uses these seam types primarily to speed up the assembly process. Why would you want to add an unnecessary layer that will create a rust problem all over again? This should be a straight up butt weld repair. Proper fitment and trimming would eliminate the need for a backer strip that will cause more rust.
alex connolly: Good stuff, very informative. Thank you
Mavstang73: Never put a grinder down with the wheel facing the ground. Other than that cool video.
don boys: spot welds are low penetration, and when grinding off the welds to a flush, ur welds will just snap off and disappear
Eastwood Company: Unlike most metal sold at local supply stores, this metal is aluminized which resists corrosion. If you price out the same items elsewhere, you will see the value of this kit.
YellowBird1980: You can get seam pliers, drill bits, spot weld bits, and sheet metal screws from Harbor Freight and spend less than half the money. Sheet metal from any hardware like Tractor Supply or Farm and Fleet. DIY projects, save money where you can!
cyborgdale: Can you use brazing instead of a mig welder?
Scoat TheGoat: What is your wire feed speed?
ThePupstain: Id like to see how badly it warped the fender during the weld process. english stuff is like jap stuff - thin
hinano316: awesome vid, just order my kit yesterday!
killabee312: lol "you can hand job it"
dimitri13: Very informative! I'll be purchasing a kit soon :)
TheSeducer176: very neat and professional great job i will be buying me a kit.
Rust Repair Panel DIY - Patch Panel & Installation Kit for your Car from Eastwood5
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