IMO, it would be tedious since you have to make sure the surfaces have a tooth for the JB-Weld to bond to properly ... especially in this application. Plus you'd have to make a jig to keep it stationary as it cures. Then theres the expense, it will take a lot of JB Weld.
You might be better off cutting/bending everything and drawing a diagram for someone with a welder to weld it for you.
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