How To Repair An Aluminum Boat. In this video, we braze aluminum boat in an area that was previously patched with epoxy.
The seam that runs down this aluminum boat has separated and is leaking badly. http://MuggyWeld.com Super Alloy 5 rod and flux and an oxyacetylene torch makes easy work of the seam. YOU CANNOT USE PROPANE ON ALUMINUM BOATS, THE PARENT METAL WILL NOT GET HOT ENOUGH. YOU CANNOT USE SUPER ALLOY 1 ON ALUMINUM BOATS, IT IS NOT STRONG ENOUGH
Super Alloy 5 works great on a number of common problems that occur to aluminum boats such as cracks, splits, holes, thinly worn areas caused by dragging on rocks and gravel.
Super Alloy 5 will also work on aluminum pontoon boats, airboats, canoes, rafts, props and yes even your cast aluminum outboard motors The flux will eliminate contaminates in the cast (TIG and MIG welding usually fall short in this area)
Super Alloy 5 can be polished after making the repair.
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