Welding exhaust repairs to a '86 190e

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Hello and welcome to the forum,, it must be easier on a ramp :D
 

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Brilliant first post crispy, this could be the start of a whole new 'How not to' section. Welcome to the forum, can't wait for the next installment. :)
 

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Brilliant first post crispy, this could be the start of a whole new 'How not to' section. Welcome to the forum, can't wait for the next installment. :)

We need one on 230 struts :D:D
 

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We need one on 230 struts :D:D
You could try mig welding them, they wouldn't leak afterwards but your fillings would shake out when you drive along :rolleyes:
 

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Nice one!.....

Personally I couldn't be bothered welding exhaust on the w201, so just recently got a new BOSAL one for only £40. sorry if that pi@@es on your chips! I dont have the same dedication as you I dont think, maybe
 


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