Question about 1991 Ducati 906 Paso
Yes this can be welded using either a L H electrodes or TIG welding, a couple of things to bare in mind: remove the item from the bike making sure that you mark the position on boyh parts; grind a deep grove all around both parts leaving a landing for a close fit: if cromed, then remove using a flap disc Not a grinder, put the two parts together maching up with the maks previously mad and clamp,allowing room for expansion. leave a small re-enforcement on the last run.then re-crome..Good luck
Posted on Feb 27, 2009
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