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.In two words, dismantle to rebuild.
My thoughts exactly!When i saw faraday on the box i thought it was an EMP detector / alarm just on the faraday cage thing !
.The longest is reflection and cutting.
Once bought a dead M51A2 from a highway dept's parts yard .. Got it running and the horn squawked weirdly.. Found the internals and bells stuffed with decades of mud-wasp nests !In two words, dismantle to rebuild
I doubt solder will stick to that type of cast, and not sure if a heliarc (Tig) welder will do the trick like it does on aluminum .. You can try JB-Weld (inside and out) if it's available over there, I have used JB as an overlay successfully on cracked blocks/heads I have welded or brazed , however after numerous heat/cool cycles JB will eventually crack and need attention again, sometimes months, sometimes years ... Depends on the extent of the repair surface..Like the cylinder head, the oil cooler was also deteriorated by frost.
I will try to solder it.
.Dashboard plugged and screwed.
I'm going to have to redo a stencil, no H to vehicle.
Oh no. I will paint the inside of the door and mount a new stencil.I think you could get away with a spelling error. That's not unheard of in the miliary
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