I am building a trailer. The sides are 1"X2" rect tubing. To that I welded 14 gauge steel. Of course I just tac, tac, taced it on. It is very secure and full welds are going to warp the snot out of it and are not needed. I want to prevent moisture from getting in between the 2 pieces of steel. I know on auto bodies they seal the joints with something.
What is that stuff called? I am guessing it's called seam sealer, but not sure. Do I put it on after I prime the metal or before?
2006 Solar Yellow Rubicon Unlimited
Jeep Club Member #1340
6 Speed, Hardtop
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