Howdy all! Over the years we've had a lot of threads asking about aluminum repair or welding. It's a long story but the other day my tractor engine died because of something I did. It ended up with about a half inch hole in the bottom of the case. I could have bought a new part for $89 plus shipping but I remembered that my step father told me he had some of those Dura Fix aluminum brazing rods. This morning he brought some over and I got to work. It only took me a few minutes to clean up the area and prep it. Then about 10 minutes of work with my acetylene torch and the rods and it looks like I just saved myself at least $100. Here are some pictures of the project. Just thought I'd share my experience with this stuff. It looks pretty good so far and well worth trying if you have an aluminum repair to be done. http://www.durafix.com/ Take care John Wanna kill these ads? We can help!