Apr 14, 2022 · Essentially you drill out the hole with the correct bit size. You can then tap the hole and insert the coil. After the coil is inserted you then bust off the tang. Sometimes you can use Loctite to secure the coil. Allow it to dry for a while then you can screw in your bolt. Try an aluminum braising rodJun 28, 2019 · Ended up sending a friend to Academy to pick up a 42qt pot with strainer basket, $49.99. It never crossed my mind that a pot could develop a leak that that. It had been sitting in a shed for 10+ years and had a lot of that whitish crust that gets on aluminum on the inside when I pulled it out so I suppose it just corroded through.May 25, 2015 · Optimust Subscriber. Have you considered adding aluminium, by enlarging the pinhole with a very small drill, & riveting a round aluminium plug in the drilled hole. It will be a delicate job & you would need a ball nosed punch & a light hammer. The plug will expand & fill up the space you have drilled & seal both ends of the hole.Jan 07, 2019 · For very large holes that need some kind of backing, use the Bondo metal self-adhesive patch (or a scrap of sheet metal glued to the backside of your hole, like we did for the front of our camper). The patch is meant to be cut to size, if needed, and is supposed to stick to the surface you’re patching. For some reason ours didn’t.