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Hey i have a 91 civic hatchback and it has some rust eat through the rear side panels behind the wheels. what the best way of removing the cancer? i was thinking grind, cut the rust then weld new part of panel in then everything else. but is there a better way of doing this?

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That's really the best way to do. I live in Ohio, and I have often done it that way to patch rust spots.

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