FLOOR PAN part 3
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Sorry for the delay in case anyone is still watching this..the grass grew...need I
say more? I don't have a lot today, but the next step is the actual welding then
you'll get to see what the finished product looks like.
I'm getting set up here to put the epoxy around the plug welds and screw holes. I'm
going to use a small brush. We found out from the welding test how far the epoxy
will burn back so now I know how close I can get with the epoxy. I will try to stay
1/8" from the outside of the holes, yeah...right!
You can see where I took red scotch-brite on the e-coating between the plug weld holes.
It's a little dull looking. I checked the e-coating with lacquer thinner and a rag
and it won't come off on the rag so I wiped it down with acryli-clean and scotch-brited
it. After I scotch-brited it, I gave it another quick swipe with acryli-clean.
I always get the product sheet out every time I do something. There are only two lines
to read about the induction time. (bride here)Well! I see where my ladle went.
The first time I tried to pour the epoxy out of a full can, I had it all over everything.
This ladle really works nice for mixing small amounts.
The epoxy is on, you can see the little shiny spots next to the holes. This is a whole
lot of rigamarole, but I think the welding will go easier.
Same thing on the supports. Finally ready for welds, in the next day or two hopefully.
There wasn't really a lot to what I put on today but I told you I would show you
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