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Old 04-17-2020, 07:57 PM   #15
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Re: Where you all get your weld through primer these days?

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Originally Posted by Gregski View Post
Would you consider welding on angle iron that runs the length of a 1954 truck bed on either side at the bottom just above the wood planks a pinch weld? I plan on drilling holes in my angle iron every 6 inches then mimicking spot welds (aka rosettes) in those holes to the bed sides using my MIG. I plan on using weld through primer on the back of each angle iron and along that line on either bed side.

I wouldn't call that a pinch weld. If you are going to drill holes for the spots I think I would just use something like Rustoleum primer between the pieces of metal. Maybe someone else will chime in on this for more info.

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