Body Soldering

    Back in the day, when guys were first building '32 Ford roadsters into hot rods, and chopping and channeling '49 Mercurys into customs, no one would dream of using Bondo. The reason customs were called "lead sleds" was because of the amount of actual lead body solder they would have to use to smooth them and fill in holes. Well if you are still a hard-core traditionalist and want to do it the old way with a torch and solder, Eastwood can set you up. We have real lead, and lead-free lead for your lead sled. Plus all the acid, brushes, and shaping tools you'll need to do it right. We even have kits with lead, shaping tools and a how to DVD to get you started; Everything you need except the torch.

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    5 acid brushes are ideal for applying fluxes, paint removers and more
    Only $5.99
    Single 1/4-lb. stick (30% tin, 70% lead) for long-lasting body repairs
    Only $4.99
    For fluxes, tinning compounds; 7.5" handle holds full-length bristles
    Only $5.99
    Half-round paddle for shaping body solder on flat and concave surfaces
    Only $6.99
    Flat paddle for shaping body solder on flat surfaces
    Only $6.99
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