Spot welded the hood back together today.
My MIG has a Stitch and Spot weld selector. I had a terrible time getting it set right. Get one perfect 3 second weld and the next would blow through. Finally flattened a piece of 3/4" copper pipe and clamped it behind the weld area as a heat sink...
K-frame and calipers in epoxy:
Used the 3M 4274 Duramix NVH sealer and reassembled the hood. Clamped it together for now and then after the 24 hour cure period I will attempt to spot weld it together.
Sometimes my welding attempts go really easy and sometimes I blow holes in everything.
Dismantled the brake pedal assembly, blasted, epoxied and reassembled.
Working on the K-frame and disc brake calipers now. Hope to get them in epoxy later today.
Also, still waiting on Duramix sealer to reassemble the hood.
California is doing the same thing. My wife and I went there for a weekend and needed to purchase some things and couldn't believe they were charging for the bags. AND we had to ask for straws at the restaurants because it is against the law for them to offer you one.
No problem. I had read the description and it definitely said it was for this type of application. My concern was the work time being only 10 seconds long and that prompted my call to their tech line.
They said the FUS-121 expandable foam is normally applied after assembly by squeezing a...
Spoke with Lord Fusor tech support this morning and they didn't think this product was right for what I was trying to do. The work time is only 5-10 seconds as the product begins expanding as soon as it hits the air. They also said it would resemble a soft foam like that in a pillow.