Yes, I know it's not welding, but it's close...
Now, at the risk of being flamed, are any of the low temp aluminum alloy brazing rods better than others? I have an aluminum canoe with a couple of long tears in one of the seats and a few popped rivets. I already have a propane torch. I'm not interested in getting any welding equipment, other than maybe some MAPP gas (but I don't think this will be necessary, the canoe is pretty thin skinned).
The three products with the highest visibility on the web are HTS-2000, durafix, and muggyweld. There's also Bernzomatic's AL-3 aluminum brazing rods. Which would you use?