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One of the most common projects in automotive repair and restoration is the replacement of a rusted-out floor pan. Andrew White, owner of Apex Autosports, provides rust prevention advice and shares tips for plasma cutting and MIG welding in his walk-through of the restoration process on a 1975
The floor in the 73 Duster we used for this story was marginal. However, butt-welding is the right way to do any replacement panel, and this story will show you an easy way to do it. The
If the pans are in good condition overall but with small rust holes another option is to clean everything up with a wire wheel and fit some sheet metal patches on top of the existing floor pans. Drill holes throughout the patches and use the mig to plug weld the patches in place.
This is my first welding how to video. I have been welding new steel into my 325i sport for the last 6 months. When I started there were not a lot of HD yout
Craig Hopkins uses his helmet cam to give you an up-close look of the timing, spacing and location of a proper weld. He starts by using a 3 inch grinder to f
What do you guys think about using Flux Core for floorpans? I just bought a Hobart 125 welder, it comes ready to do flux core so im hoping that will work Menu. Forums. New When welding in floor pans do I have to have a weld around the entire floorpan? Or do you just do a short weld every few inches? Thanks, Jim . 1320stang. Founding
someone mentioned using it for seam sealer, anyone tried it for sealing small body holes? my floor pans are fine but have some extra old fastener holes, and it's impractical to weld them, when they can be sealed. structure is fine.
Hi, I am researching doing my floor pans and rockers on my '54 Ford. Someone I contacted with parts for sale suggested using adhesives over welding. He
I am currently in the middle of cutting out rust from a car floor pan, and will need to know soon whether i can do spot welds or do i have to run a bead?
To remove the floor pan, frame rails and just about any other part that is spot welded together you should use a spot weld remover. Using one of these tools can make things easier and maintain originality of your Mustang since you wont be drilling big holes all over the place or cutting things up get old parts out.
I would overlap the panels, butt-welding floor pans is not much fun, unless you have completely flat floors. Using weld through primer will help with rust issues between the panels.
So, can anyone tell me how long it typically takes to remove old floor pans and weld in new ones? The full pans, 49" length . Drivers side and
Originally my plan was to have a shop do the body work on my Duster, but it's pretty costly. I'm not exactly the best when it comes to body work, but
At the risk of sounding really stupid; I am welding new floor pans in my car, but I am having a heck of a time getting a decent bead. I am using weld
For welding in floor pans you won't have warping because must of the welds are spot/plug welds in the "field" of the piece, where it lies on the frame rail and gets tacked to the flanges thereof.