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  • #61
    Welding thin metal is something that takes practice. You need a good mig welder and I find it easier to use a joggler and drop an oversized patch in rather than butt weld. Hopefully, it won't be too bad when you strip the sound deadening off.
    Nothelle S2 Avant in restoration
    Wr Ur Quattro (also in restoration)

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    • #62
      Heat up the sound deadening with a heat gun and use a plastic scraper to remove it - that way you won’t damage the e-coat underneath. Use panel wipe or thinners to remove the adhesive residue
      Panthero Coupé quattro 20vt
      Indigo ABY coupé
      Imola B6 S4 Avant

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      • #63
        I’ve heard of dry ice being used to remove sound deadening , might be worth a try

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        • #64
          I’ve read a little on the subject and it seems those are the most common methods for removing the sound deadening panels. Will try them and see what works best for me.


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          2001 A4 Avant QMS - FXK04'd
          1991 Audi CQ - Project
          1996 A4 12v Quattro Manual - SOLD

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