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 Rocker Moldings, fixs and advice

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gillett1970
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PostSubject: Rocker Moldings, fixs and advice   Wed 29 Jul - 18:08

I have peiced together a set for my car. But some of the peices have holes that are drilled into them for screws to mount. Also missing the tabs. This can be fixed, I just need to know how. Can I use solder to fill the holes or tig,mig,or spot weld them. and, as for the stupid tabs couldnt I mount a new tab from round stock or something? I already have the rocker paint, thought that was a little unusuall (sp). thnaks Kyle viking
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seany-boy
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PostSubject: Re: Rocker Moldings, fixs and advice   Wed 29 Jul - 18:36

Hi Kyle,

not sure of the answers but interested as I have some of th esame issues. Also if it is of any interest I saw individual rockers on ebay at the minute, both front fenders and I think one sill rocker all on different auctinos if anyone interested.

I hope to read a few replies.

Cheers

sean
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PostSubject: Re: Rocker Moldings, fixs and advice   Thu 30 Jul - 15:30

What about JB Weld??



Pretty amazing stuff
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PostSubject: Re: Rocker Moldings, fixs and advice   Tue 16 Feb - 17:55

I have a couple holes in my rocker piece and the studs were missing. I purchased the #8 screw studs that mount in the rear valance corners. I drilled out the stud location on the rocker piece from the back using a drill press. The drill size was slightly larger than the stud head. I ruffed the stud head up with a file. I used Belzona 1221. This stuff makes JB weld look like elmers. Do a internet search on Belzona and you will find it. Belzona is like steel so it would be difficult to sand it between the fins, so I left a little hole space for body filler. Alan
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