I figure I'll post this repair I just did on my Barkas. Unfortunately the Hungarian snow did it's work and the driver side outer arm support needed some repair. It was moving while I was driving it... First here is how it looked: I was able to leave everything attached and just pulled out the lower arm from the inner frame so I have more space to cut and weld. That rusty pace in my hand supposed to be attached but rotten off... A little complex at the first look but wasn't too bad. Cut off the bad stuff to see what needs to be done. After a little hammering and welding the first patch panel is done! You can see how much was left of the old pace: Then had to make a pace for the inner rocker panel: Then welded it in to it's place: The finel cross member pace was bent on my vise and reasy to install: Then cut off the old rusty metal off the suspension holding arch, then installed the arm before welding it into place. It was very inportant so the arm will sit comfortably in it's place... Then a little caulking and paint, good as new! Now she drives strait down the road and mo more crunchy sounds from under the seat!!