I have a couple small (1/8" to 1/2") holes in my fenders. I have a MIG welder and I'm wondering if holes can be filled with a MIG. If so, what process/procedure? If not, what can I do?
That'll come back up in no time. First you'll see the rivets then the edges of the patch. You could use the adhesive for patching. It'll work too and it's waterproof. Check eastwood they have kits.Easy fix ,use a pop rivet that don't rust . grind it down a little fill over it !!! There you go .:beer:
Do you mean to fill in with body putty or weld?if the holes are dime size or bigger maybe spot a peice to the backside then fill in the hole take it slow, grind down/finish the weld,(you should never be able to see where the hole was)you will end up with a good looking permanent patch. GL
Do you mean to fill in with body putty or weld?
Great idea!Best trick for small holes is to get various nails. Drill the hole so one of the heads JUST fits into the hole. You can then clamp the welders ground clamp to the nail, then use this to hold it into the hole and hit it with the mig. After set, grind off the nail. Works reakky well for small trim holes.
I have also welded a nail into a washer then this assembly into a larger hole.