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Old 05-26-2010, 12:00 PM
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Anyone use Kustom Shop Epoxy Primer?

Since TCP Global (i.e. Tri-City Paint) is a few miles from my house, I wanted to pick up some epoxy primer for this weekend. I have been reading a ton on this board (and a few others) as I was going to originally use PPG DP90 but many have been saying it is crap as of late.

TCP Global has their Kustom Shop brand and have this available,

http://www.tcpglobal.com/kustomshop/kspepoprime.aspx

and was curious if anyone has used it or any opinions?

I know SPI would be a great choice but it's not easy to get locally and honestly, their website sucks for pricing/ordering/info (come on, it's 2010, online ordering rocks, I shouldn't have to email someone to get pricing).

Thanks for any info.
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yeah good product I use their kustom kolors also
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Actually, pricing for SPI is right there on their website (where it says "pricing information". You don't need to email anyone. If there isn't a jobber in your area that carries spi, they will ship it to you with no shipping charge. The prices on the website are the prices on your invoice when you get your order. They may not have the best site, but all the infor you need is there.
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Actually, pricing for SPI is right there on their website (where it says "pricing information". You don't need to email anyone. If there isn't a jobber in your area that carries spi, they will ship it to you with no shipping charge. The prices on the website are the prices on your invoice when you get your order. They may not have the best site, but all the infor you need is there.
Okay, missed that. I had been looking on the Epoxy Primer page and no pricing was listed, like the other product pages had.

In this case, I need to pick this up tomorrow for the weekend so ordering it is not going to work but when I get closer to the point of spraying the whole truck, I'll order some up ahead of time. Just want to get some spots primed while I do other bodywork done.
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yeah good product I use their kustom kolors also
Thanks for the info. Sounds like I will give it a try.
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Sometimes what you are looking for is right in front of your face.
http://www.southernpolyurethanes.com/Pricing%20Info.htm
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