Ironhead Posted October 9, 2020 Share Posted October 9, 2020 It is a tedious process, isn't it? Frustrating and repetitive as hell... What worked best for me was to attack the visible seam sealer with a wire wheel in a grinder, then switch to an assortment of dental picks and small screw drivers, and if none of that worked, I burned it out. I still wound up with a lot of contaminated welds to deal with. You also have to be very careful down the road when prepping the chassis for painting to make sure all the bare metal is protected from rust with epoxy and seam sealer. Otherwise the process of stitch welding can introduce a lot of new paths to corrosion. Looks like you are doing a good job with it. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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