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hi joined copule of days a go has any body got any tips,dvds,books,on fabrication got lots of holes on my rr donot realy how to takle welding jobs to be good i hve patched up cars for mots but never been happy w :huh:with results iam based in birmingham many many thanks dean :ph34r:

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Hi James - and welcome. You've certainly come to the right place for advice on all things Land and Range Rover and a few other things besides!

For welding there is an excellent and informative thread here and loads more as well.

Hope you enjoy your project and that you post pictures :)

Cheers

TS

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Hi Dean, I'm just about at the end of a "Weldathon" on my Rangie.

I think you'll find an RR easier to work on than most cars, I know I have.

The metal is thicker than most, at 18gauge, and less likely to blow through when you're welding.

Also most of the panels are simple flat plate with only the odd single plane bend.

Dead easy to copy if you've the inclination and the time.

However, expect to find LOTS of rust damage.

One good point though, you'll be an ace welder when you've finished!

Good luck.

Bob :)

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