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I was wondering if i could weld two or three bars or a flat peice of steal in front of my heat exchanger to prevent any further damage to my exchanger? If i can do i need to use aluminum welds or just regular ones?
 

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yes you can weld alum, but you will need a TIG and special rods, its probally a job for a professinal.
 

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Im not saying this wouldnt help your cause, but i believe that it would be unnecessary. All that you need to do is keep your your track properly tensioned and make sure that your studs arent too long and you will be fine.

Polaris is my way out - Other people just use a door.
 

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you can tig weld... or if you own a mig welder you can put in aluminum wire and do it fast and easy and just as strong


Duct tape much like the force... it has a light side, a dark side.... and it holds the world together!
 

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Hi-Performance Engeneering has protectors for your front heat exchangers. All you have to do to install them is to remove the airbox, and drill a couple of holes through the bulkehad. Then the protectors mount from the bottom wothout removing the track. A bolt up top, and some rivets down below keep them in place. A real easy fix without totally disassembling the sled.
 
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