The side rail is new material kept dry and rust free. The old side rail was cut off with the torch then ground off to get the slag and and rust off. Since then it has rained and high humidity. The side has been kept tarped since the side was cut off. There was some surface rust from the humidity before welding. I suppose I should have polished it off. I didn't. I was most interested about the way it seamed to over heat during the welding process. I tried some 7018 a couple of years ago when I replaced the cross members it just would melt the joint out and run down burning holes. When I talked to the local distributor about it he suggested the 6011 since it would set up faster rather than burning away and running down. I thought the pictures would give a better idea of what I was describing. I did not clean any of the smoke off after the welding before the pictures.
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