Morning all I'm currently in the middle of welding new repair panels into my 1965 Morris Minor. All is going well if a bit slow as its all new to me. I have managed to fit a rear wing flange which took ages but I know have a thin (2") strip to join the flange to the inner wing. I cut the inner wing back to what I thought was solid metal and cleaned the edges to accept the new metal. But the welds blew straight through, so much so that I had to cut more out and try again, still the same issue, the welds are blowing through. I'm using a Clarke 135TE Turbo mig with 0.6 mm wire, Hobbyweld 5 gas. The settings on the machine are rather limited but I have them set at: Wire speed 6 First Switch set to 1 Second switch set to Max I have not had an issue up to now with letting in new metal but this rear wing just seems thin, can anyone advise me what settings I should be using, obviously I will experiment later when I get back in the garage but I thought I would seek advice before making any further mess of my panel. Cheers.