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Need to stop rust & patch holes/damage

I have 1993 jeep wrangler. we live on a small island in caribbean. floor is rusting through, rust on sides @ bottom edge of wheel well & at hinge of windshield. how & what to use to patch? thanx!!!

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  • starlite1235 Jun 01, 2009

    thanx! we actually have NAPA auto parts, western auto & body shops plus the internet! i figured welding & riveting, but didn't know about Rihno!!! thank you thank you thank you!!!!

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Not sure how you want to go about doing the repair or what tools or resources are at your disposal. You could rivet, braze, or weld stainless sleel, sheet metal into place. You could repair the area/s with regular sheet metal and then coat it with Rihno bed liner or something comparable to it. I've used Rihno, its great. Well let me know if that helps or gives you some other ideas.

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