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I've used that liquid steel and other epoxy glues in that area with excellent results. One even has 14 years of use on it. Just fill it in and file it the way yoy want it.
 

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It's probably worth picking up another timing cover when it gets as bad as your pic. If you are trying to stay low buck, the epoxy will do the job, but as much work as it looks like you've put into that comet on your web site, I think I would go find a new timing cover from a wrecking yard or one of the guys on the forums here. I'm just thinking about how much work it is to remove all the accessories, water pump and front cover if/when you have a leak somewhere down the road.

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