I recently had new quarter panels put on. The Auto body shop used some kind of fancy body panel glue that supposedly is better to use than a weld where possible because it give a constant contact to the sheet metal, thus reducing the possibility of small pockets at the joint where water can accumulate and cause rust. Looks like it works great, the panels are very solid. I'm just curious if you can buy it in a small tube of some kind. The body shop showed me the tool they use to apply the glue and told me where to buy it. They even told me I could borrow the application tool over the weekend to fix a couple of small holes in the floor. I just don't like borrowing stuff, especially from guys I don't know too well. I just have a couple of small holes I want to cover until I can afford to get new replacement panels. Anyone know where to get this glue stuff, or what it is called? I'd prefer to use it for a couple of reasons, 1- I'd have to drive to WY to borrow my dad's welder to weld it, 2- the hole is just above the gas tank, and I'm a whooss, and don't feel like welding by the gas tank... Grinding the sheet metal down right there will be bad enough.