Industrial Heat Resistance Cold Weld Metal Repair Paste
I have a 20 year old Kawasaki Bayou that started leaking oil from a hole in the bottom of the crankcase, a lot of oil. I had to put 3 quarts in every ride. Nobody could weld it or fix it, so I put some Alumbond on it. First I drained the oil, put the wheeler on a 45 degree angle, scrubbed around the hole with rubbing alcohol, and then put a 1/4 inch thick glob of Alumbond on it. The next day I rode the Bayou 75 miles in the Utah mountains, not one drop of oil came out. FIXED. Not done yet, I had a grease gun that was notorious for pulling zirt fittings out of my equipment. I had 2 stripped fittings in my John Deere mower deck. A little alcohol around the holes and some Alumbond, FIXED! They work like new. I also glued a new barbecue lighter to my potato gun, It is like magic. This stuff is so strong, a couple of drops were on my garage floor and dried. I chipped them off with a putty knife and hammer, one of them pulled a concrete piece off with it. You will not be disappointed.
Bought this to rebuild a broken engine mount bolt hole on my KIA Soul.My only advice is be prepared to wait well into the one hour setup time for itto get a bit of body - fresh mixed it is as runny as snot!Used this to glue the chunk of bolt hole back onto the engine casting.Checked after a month and still holding.
Product worked great followed instructions prep surface and cleaned very well using sandpaper in various other methods Dremel tool and 24 grit sandpaper and brake parts cleaner mixed very well applied liberally to the area let dry 4 recommended time !!! fixed a $400 part for 30 ! Heck yeah