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need help with aluminum hull

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i have some rivets starting to leak and i am trying to find someone who can weld aluminum in the eastern side of the twin cities that don`t want a bloody fortune i don`t mind paying for it but 80 to 100 dollars an hour seems real steep to me. any body got any ideas i would sure appreciate any help.
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I saw this in a previous forums ad and another party used pickup box liner paint that you roll on yourself and he rolled on a gallon of the paint on the hull. I believe that he used 4 coats and it didn't leak. if you would use a roller that didn't leave to big of a stipple you should be fine. That paint seems to be pretty tough. The only downside is that the hull would be black.

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why not just replace the rivets? Pull out the floor and shoot new ones in. If you know anyone who works on airplanes they'll probably do it cheap.

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I did the bedliner thing on my duck boat...worked great. I painted the inside, not the outside as was previously stated. It would wear off on the outside. Any questions feel free to contact me.

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