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Finished the welding on the backside and coated to protect from future rust. Also cut & fitted the brace section and painted the backside with the same rust treating paint as the inner fender. Now letting cure overnight. Finish installing the brace section tomorrow, then blend/smooth the welds on the front side and that fender will be done for the time being.

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Taking a little break from metal work and am prepping the interior for painting with epoxy primer. Started on the package tray, that glue has to be of Alien origin!!
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I keep seeing this thing with the black handle in your photos. Not sure what it is.
I assume it's some type of strong magnet that you use to hold the patch piece in place while you are welding.

Is my assumption correct? If so, do you know who sells them?

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I keep seeing this thing with the black handle in your photos. Not sure what it is.
I assume it's some type of strong magnet that you use to hold the patch piece in place while you are welding.

Is my assumption correct? If so, do you know who sells them?
you can get that telescoping magnet at any auto parts store..
its for picking up dropped screws/tools etc in hard to reach places...
 
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