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Old 12/23/12, 07:11 PM   #1
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problem= money money= upgrades

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Cool engine bay

My inner walls on my egine bay were rusting through bad in about three or four places, so i got carried away a cut the whole engine bay and inner grille out... Now that im thinkin bout it, im not sure if i went to far, has anyone else done this, and if so how much work is involved in getting it back on... And what s the best way stick, mig, tig, or rivet???

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Old 12/23/12, 07:38 PM   #2
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No way to know without getting in there and reattaching it. As far as welding type....I'd just use whatever you are best at.

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Old 12/25/12, 09:32 PM   #3
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Well cant go backward to go forward... Thanks for the comfort....

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