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Unread 05-17-2013, 05:01 AM   #1
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I was recently pulling up my carpet in my 95 Jeep Cherokee and when I got to the passenger side I noticed spotty rust holes that start half way above my muffler and extend forward to the beginning of my catalytic converter, some holes you could fit a coke can through. Any ideas on how to fix it myself without breaking the bank or should I just take it to a body shop? Thanks in advance.

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Unread 05-17-2013, 09:08 AM   #2
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Find someone with a MIG welder and start cuttin n welding new in..not a stick welder or fluxcore..MIG is best bet unless someone has a TIG rig.

You can also use a Panel adhesive and put your own panels in,the just coat it all with good rust preventer...
But if you can find a buddy or someone local with a good MIG machine to do it for you on the side that could be cheaper than uying the panel adhesive times..maybe even free with freinds..

Something like bein jeep buddies i'd do for the price of good convo n a few beers aftwerwards.
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