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Re: A welding question: galvanized sheet steel

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Posted by Hogman on October 31, 2002 at 13:44:52 from (

In Reply to: A welding question: galvanized sheet steel posted by Tom A on October 31, 2002 at 08:11:41:

A usable antique is always a great thing for some of Us. But Your talkin about a major repair which would lop off a lot of value so I'd base it on what it's worth to You only.
I'M a passable welder,certfied,was part of My business. Welded quit a bit of tha galvakillya stuff. Had a lot of riproarin head thumpers ta show for it! I'd look at mabe cut'n out a piece of thin sheet ,metal that would fit tha bottom fairly close,cleanin up tha rust,smearin tha sheetmetal with epoxy and settin tha container down on it so as ta get good contact after which I'd take it some place that uses tha liquid liner stuff as was mentioned befor. Should cost less'n a new one assumin there was such.

But, without seein tha thing all any of Us can do is make an outhouse guess.

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