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Old December 7th, 2018, 04:04 PM
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Real nice! Like the rims/tires. What paint did you use for the frame? I am about to paint mine and will probably end up with POR15.


Thatís POR-15. I ordered semi-gloss on line. Amazon I think!


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Old December 7th, 2018, 10:26 PM
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Awesome... thanks for the info.
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Old December 26th, 2018, 11:54 PM
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Been slowly getting at it! Everything seems to take so much time because Iím trying to make all the new parts work together or refurbishing the old components as I put stuff back together. Had a helper today though!


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Old December 27th, 2018, 08:28 AM
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Truck is looking awesome. Itís great to have a helper! My daughters wonít set foot in my shop
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Old December 27th, 2018, 08:44 AM
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For chassis paint, I am using Eastwood Extreme Chassis paint on my CJ2A. I like it it better than POR-15. It sprays on and is not as thick as POR-15. The downside to POR-15 and powdercoating is that it is not easily removed later in life.
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Old December 27th, 2018, 04:46 PM
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Any tips on how you guys clean inside s tubular frame? How to get all the old mud out then prime/encapsulate and paint?

My current plans are to shoot up inside every hole I can find and use my pressure washer, then use the POR spray paint (or other) with a straw/hose to get up in the frame.
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Any tips on how you guys clean inside s tubular frame? How to get all the old mud out then prime/encapsulate and paint?



My current plans are to shoot up inside every hole I can find and use my pressure washer, then use the POR spray paint (or other) with a straw/hose to get up in the frame.


I didnít worry too much about anywhere I couldnít get to with a brush. Itís lasted 52 years without a coating and itís going to be a garage queen now, lol.


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Dash is ready to go in!


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Nice! Love the wiring work. Pretty slick.
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Any tips on how you guys clean inside s tubular frame? How to get all the old mud out then prime/encapsulate and paint?

My current plans are to shoot up inside every hole I can find and use my pressure washer, then use the POR spray paint (or other) with a straw/hose to get up in the frame.
I used several cans of this stuff inside the boxed in areas of my truck's frame, and especially the rocker panels, and hat channels of the cab and bed.
https://www.eastwood.com/eastwood-in...z-aerosol.html
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