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This can be easily done if you have acces to a MIG welder. You grind down all the paint and rust from around and/or in the holes. Then you clamp on a piece of copper to other side of hole(unseen side) You can the proceed to fill in the hole with the gun. Once done just unclamp the piece of copper. It doesnt stick becuase the two metals dont mix or adhere to each other. You can then proceed to grind flat. My uncle found this out when he had to fill in holes on his old army CJ2, full of holes from mounting stuff onto it. Hope this helps somebody.

[ December 12, 2002: Message edited by: Mr.56Chevy ]

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At my school we have a autobody class. Unfortunately we are taught to bump out the big dents and bondo EVERYTHING else. Some day my truck is going to be done. When it is perfect I want as little bondo on it as possible.
 
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