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9/5/2013
I have a 24" hole in the arched section of my Quonset hut. The picture shown is of the hole with the pieces the the previous owner cut out and I tack welded back in. i am not good enough with the welder to run a good bead on such thin galvanized metal but is is relatively structural. The main difficulty is the arched section combined with the 10" deep ridge combined with the small corrugation. i can figure out how to flash or cover the area with anything rigid. I have been recommended to use lead but am very unfamiliar with its use. Any good suggestion? Finding new panels has been unsuccessful. Thanks Aaron
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9/9/2013
That is going to require a complex repair and probably not a true DIY undertaking. Do you have a good metal mechanic near you? Welding or brazing in the repair panel is probably best.

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