That's what I used on mine. Tough to get smooth if that's what you're looking for, I didn't care, its an inner fender. I just wanted something to seal up the seam that i could spray black. Takes a day or two to cure too so take that into account as well.
Its sandable and paintable too which is nice.
Well, maybe I should have said "smooth". As long as it fills in some of the cut up area, I'm fine with it.
Thanks for the advice TJ. Right now I think I'm going to have someone weld it up for me. Just do it right the first time. There is a guy that is doing my buddy's cage in his YJ and from the looks of it he does pretty nice work. Charges very good prices, but has a long turn around since he works a lot. I figured if he was going to weld up the fenders, why not have him do up the bumpers and put me in a new radiator support while he has it. I'm about to send him a message to see what we might be able to work out.
Then when I get it back, I can smooth out everything with some adhesive. I remember seeing SaturnICL say duct sealant worked well, too.
i used "seam sealer" from napa, comes in a caulking tube, i used finger and putty knife to smear it around in there
Some unsettling news came up at work this morning. They're cutting staff by like 75% over the next little while. So it looks like I'm on the chopping block since Engineering wasn't one of the things they want to keep around. Hoping I can transfer over to Watts Bar, another nuke plant in TVA's fleet under construction, over in Spring City, TN. If I can swing that, I'll be getting my regular pay, 40 hours of OT per check and another chunk of change for per diem. Basically big money. Only thing that sucks is I'll be away from home for a good amount of time. However, I'll be able to pay off A LOT of debt and put some good money into the Jeep fund.
Pulled the Jeep out of the garage for round 2 of cleaning and organizing the garage.
Showing how the trimming looks with the tire on...
And a why-the-hell-not picture with the 37" Kevlar. I could probably street these things on the front with 4" springs.
Also ended up getting transferred to Watts Bar Nuke Plant. People saying we'll be working either 6 or 7 10 hour days a week. That translates into some big time money, but pretty much no work time for the Jeep. Looks like a shop might be building it after all. We'll see how it goes...