Welding Patch Panels – Lap or Butt?

when it comes to rust repair and welding patch panels one question always arises and that is should I be butt welding should I cut a patch that fits that hole perfectly and butt weld that or should I cut a patch that comes close and lap weld it so the idea behind butt welding […]

Using JB Weld to Fix Rust Holes?

the first step in using jb weld as a solution to fixing a rust hole is to knock out all the old rust. Once you’ve knocked out the rust you can grind this area clean and wire wheel this or sandblast it – whatever you can do to get it cleaned up in there and […]

How To Weld a Trunk Lid Skin. Model A DeckLid Skin from Scratch! @ Eastwood

hey guys it’s matt from east over here in the eastwood garage doing another live tech session both on youtube and facebook for you guys to have been watching these before we want to be as interactive as possible over here we have Randy city seal on the videos and thanks for joining us getting […]

Ep9 Welded Door Patch Panels

So what I have here is my passenger side door, which I’ve had to cut a large portion of the bottom out. Which, as you can see here on the outer panel, it was very rusty. Along this out panel edge, I allowed the edge to have a flange. That way once I bring my […]

TIG Welding Sheetmetal Patch Panel for Backdate Fender (Porsche 911)

hello and welcome back to another episode of garage time this week I’m gonna do my best to finish welding in that patch for the driver’s side fender and just finished that fender off all together so let’s get right into it you know this once again is not trimmed as it should be but […]

How To Repair Door Panel – Patch Panel Installation Using Mini TIG Torch – Eastwood

we’re restoring an old vehicle you’re just doing a repaint you can’t always trust the paint that you see on the outside of the body panels especially a vehicle that has had an obvious paint job that’s old this door is a perfect example in beginning it looked like it had half decent body work […]