What I'm thinking, any epoxy near the weld will burn off, then your dealing with some smoke while your welding.
So, after I get mine in, I will put it on the rotisserie, tape up all the holes in the support except one, pour a couple quarts of epoxy in, tape that shut, then roll the body over slowly a couple of times from each direction, then drain out whats left, and anything that leaks out the seams, just brush that out.
Sounds good on paper, but it could get ugly, anyway, I'm goin for it.
I guess if you stop and really think about it, brushing or spraying epoxy into those supports, the bottom of the supports will be okay, but the weld area won't have any epoxy left very close to it.
I can just see it right now, yeah it took me four gallons of epoxy, YEEEEAAAAAAAHHHHHHHHAAAAAAAAAAA!
Are we livin or what, sharp metal, grinding sparks, you gotta love it.
There might be a hidden benefit that shows up, after I start pouring the epoxy, yeah, I decided to paint my garage floors.
I'll save the ppg dp90 and buy some of the cheaper stuff to pour down the holes, where do I get that spi