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Ok.. I wrecked my 80 malibu classic.. (yes a car!) and anyways.. I rebuilt the front end.. it is running over 400 hps.. and I just want to use it for tearing stuff up in my back yard... but anyways.. how would I go about welding a big fat bush bar on the front? I was thinking of drilling the front frame draft and welding it right onto the archs? with that will work? i'm using a mig.. so..

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Since you have a wire feed you can pretty much build anything you want, you better check to make sure that car dosen't have those gas charged shocks on the bumper mounts before you start drilling or welding, thay come unglued real quick trust me

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yup already taken that precaution
didn't need 3rd degree burns and shrapnel in my head.


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might pick up radio stations better with shrapnel in your head


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You should use E-7018 electode rod. Stick is much stronger than wire. It will penetrate better, and it welds through dirt and rust better, better than wire.

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wire is for exhaust shops
 
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