I like MAPP gas torches, very hot and can braze/ weld (light metal). Easy home unit with little cost. RJF
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I seen a cracked tractor engine block fixed with JB Weld…made me a believer twenty years ago[;)].
JBWeld works wonders everywhere. I always have some on hand, even carry some in the boat emergency box.
Probably simliar stuff. I wish I had done this earlier. If it was then a instead of now (read on new doggie guys and gals), I would buy some of either as soon as I got the cart and look for potential future issues or just have it ready for when things do break, crack, etc.
I use a product called Quick Steel I get it @ walmart in the auto section for like $3. good stuff.
Nice Tip there! Thanks!!
Hey gang, Vic, the Chili Man, from Charlotte NC here with a tip for the intrepid street doggers. I have had my Top Dog cart for about 4 years now, and work the bejesus out of it. During that span, I have tugged on, banged on, and wholloped every concievable piece of that thing. Well, as it will happen, some of the thinner stainless steel pieces were starting to crack, break and bend. So I got a package of JB Weld, bent back some of the pieces with needle nose plyers, cleaned to metal and JB Welded it. It is stronger now than when I got it. I could not be happier with the results. It says on the packeage that it is sandable, etc, so I plan on smoothing out some of the blobs, but it is awesome stuff.
Just thought I would pass on the info
J B Weld and your hot dog cart
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