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I decided since my car hasnt had a heater/blower motor in it for years I would patch the holes in the fire wall up. I did this by welding the patch behind the firewall (interior side) Then welding the hole to the patch. To fil t I used a layer of fiberglass reinforced filler, sanded that down even with the firewall, then a coat of light weight evercoat and smoothed it out.

Im worried about twisting and cracking the filler when I luanch the car. Was this an OK way to do it ?
 
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you should be fine with the way you do it .i did alot of that with my car and ive been racing it and have had no problems.. _-_-_
 

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That looks just like the firewall I did in my Dart. I filled in everything that I could but I haven't been able to test it out yet. Sure looks good with paint on it though.
 

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Adamr, been there done that , it is a lot of work but worth it in the end. Gives them a cleaner look.Did the same on my duster including the bulkhead and run a painless harness down low out of sight

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Looks great, did the same with mine and haven't had any problems yet
 

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those look great........nice work fellas
 
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