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Muggyweld 77 experiences?

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Old 06-21-2015, 11:33:52 PM
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Default Muggyweld 77 experiences?

I'm looking to repair a cast iron part where looks are very important. I will be welding it from underneath so a bead will be hidden. Avoiding brazing as I'm worried the brazed joint would show up on top.

Have any of you guys used the Muggyweld 77 rod for repairing cast iron?
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I am wondering as well. Thanks
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