It would help if we knew what sort of Landrover you are talking about. But
assuming you are talking about the Series and 90/110/Defender, which all
use the same construction - the wing side panels are spot welded to a right
angle piece which is held to the bulkhead by several large hex head screws
going into speednuts on the bulkhead. These are accessible from under the
This company http://www.muggyweld.com has a rod with this claim:
Super Alloy 1 is a multi-metal, low temperature solder with a melting point
of 350o. Its unique properties allow you to join copper, aluminum, brass,
pot metal, white metal, zinc die cast, stainless, galvanized, pewter and
steel in any combination. This rod allows you to join metals such as steel
to aluminum, which welding instructors are STILL teaching can't be done.
Well, the point EMB made is valid after all, solders to join most metals have
been on sale in the likes of Tandy for a very long time. Nowhere near as
resilient as welding, only good for temporary repairs or ornamental stuff in
"Reverse the polarity and invert the particle flux!"
No problem. Everyone is entitled to their point of view, it's just that
some of us have formed ours through years of performing the task in
question. If there's any more information you need don't hesitate to ask.
|| Duracell Bunny wrote:
||| Well, the point EMB made is valid after all, solders to join most
||| metals have been on sale in the likes of Tandy for a very long
||| time. Nowhere near as resilient as welding, only good for temporary
||| repairs or ornamental stuff in most cases.
|| Thanks babe - I should have guessed you'd be along to support me in
|| due course. :-)
This sort of stuff belongs in alt.mutual.appreciation.society, not here :-)
|| Richard Brookman wrote:
||| This sort of stuff belongs in alt.mutual.appreciation.society, not
||| here :-)
|| Do I detect an air of jealousy? :-)
No, I like it when people are nice to each other. We should all do a lot
more of it.
And when people on *Usenet* are nice to each other, it really is a cause for
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