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not JB weld, but there are certain epoxies that could do the job. I wouldn't worry so much about the JB weld failing as I would adhesion to the surrounding metal. Personally, I think its a horrible idea.
 

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No Lutz jokes yet? Slackers...
 

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and we wonder why the Chevy guys laugh at us? all they have to do is look at some of the questions posted here on the corral


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and we wonder why the Chevy guys laugh at us? all they have to do is look at some of the questions posted here on the corral


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The answer is a definite yes. Three years ago the plastic outlet pipe on my sump pump broke. I used JB weld. It's still holding.
 

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Uh yeah no problem. Trust me if he has to ask that Lord only knows what the rest of the car looks like.
 

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Don't these kids now-a-days know anything?

Bailing wire and duct tape can fix anything! If neither of these will do it then it's garbage, toss the car into the scrap metal pile.
 

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Don't underestimate that stuff! A, umm, friend of mine used it to glue together a broken Hello Kitty doll, and that things still holding, he told me :)

Plus you could be the hit of local cruise night. Before the jb weld sets up, you could shape the extra into some rad looking tig looking beads, and tell everybody you tigged them on. The tig weld helps it hold all the boost & NAAAASSSS you roll with, fo sho
 
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