I have used this stuff before, well similar stuff called AL75 got given a sample by a swedish bloke from an aviation company selling the stuff at the landrover nationals last year, it works and works well but the demo on 16swg ali is much easyer than most things you want to do , aparently it’s what they stick the new passenger jets together with
Ian Kelly the Techical Director at Durafix UK (Easyweld) has graciously offered to send a sample starter kit for testing to both LD50 and myself, we will of course report our findings back to you as well as to Durafix, so thats a big thank you to Mr Kelly then 
I think i’ve got a transfer box with a broken lug which would be an ideal candidate. I’m also wondering whether this could be used to help “redesign” inlet manifolds…I hope so!
I think nearly everybody with a rod change box has a broken lug on the T drive, some just havn’t found it yet!
 My starter kit has arrived here today, I am to busy to get to play with it much before the end of next week though 
I just got back off holiday – my kit arrived too just before I left and am keen to have a fiddle – I wonder if we can use this to sort the stripped threads on VCs but reckon it’s gotta be worth testing on something less costly to replace first in case I botch it.
I have a relatively fair but low-risk test in mind which would help with PG-16v conversions, namely the crank breather assy which doesn’t quite reach the (knock sensor?) hole in the PG block by about 5mm – being able to extend it would save having to weld fiddly little pipes together like I did for mine and would keep it looking a lot prettier. More as we have it
Just posted first results – looks impressive so far!
ok testing done for today – check the photos of the modifying cast ali part…
The thing is I’m going to have to impact test it and it’s currently all nice and shiny and I don’t really want to break it.
Go get bad-ass brutal on it![8D]
Within the next couple of days I will be repairing a golf2 watercooled oil cooler, so will post photos then
I’ve got a fireblade exhaust to fit to a smart car as next test of it lol
I’m jumping in at the deep end with lead weights tied to me as usual, 1 T25 bellhousing with a hole in it….. could be interesting now do I have to take it off first
What about repairing say, a supercharger? Reckon that might be a job too far?