A 3/8" hole in an aluminum boat is repaired with Super Alloy 5 1/16'" aluminum welding rod and a Bernzomatic torch (https://www.muggyweld.com/product/bernzomatic-bz8250ht-torch/)
with a oxygen/MAPP gas tank. Always clean the aluminum with an abrasive such as a sanding disk, wire wheel etc prior to brazing with Super Alloy 5, to remove oxidation and impurities from the parent metal. This technique and product can be used to repair holes, tears, seams etc on all types of aluminum boats.
Note: Propane or MAPP gas without an oxygen feed will not work on aluminum boats due to the rapid aluminum heat dissipation--the parent metal must reach and stay at 600℉ to allow the rod and flux to flow and seal as shown.
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