How to Remove Excess Steel Welds?

Answer All welding process used on steel leave a weld bead that sits higher than the metal surrounding the welded area. Removing excess metal from the weld will allow it to blend into the surrounding meta... Read More »

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How to Remove Steel Welds?

One of the customizations that truly sets your custom vehicle apart is removing the welds from the frame. While not everyone will see or appreciate the work you've done, it is in many cases the sin... Read More »

How to Drill Out Spot Welds & Remove the Frame?

Resistance or spot welds fuse metal at localized points. Multiple spot welds hold two pieces of metal securely together without excess weight. Attempting to separate spots welds with force will dam... Read More »

How Do I Remove Spot Welds on a 1965 Mustang Fender Apron?

Spot welds are commonly used to connect two flat panels of a car body together. On the early Mustangs, 1964 through 1968, the front and rear aprons were attached to the shock tower and the frame ra... Read More »

How to Remove Excess Freon?

Freon is a registered trademark of the DuPont company and refers to a refrigerant composed of chlorinated and fluorinated hydrocarbon solvents. Only a professional with the proper certification sho... Read More »