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Old 12-20-2004, 08:47 PM
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Hi Mopar72,

I have had excellent results with dipping and always recommend it!. I have Redi-Strip in Evansville, IN do my work. They use a heavy alkaline solution rather than acid. They recommend allowing the vehicle to sit a couple days, or use a heat gun around the seams to dry the surface completely before applying primer.
If you really want a top notch job, this is the way to go.
http://www.redi-coat.com/photos.html
Costs a bit, but I can't touch one for the price they charge to dip and e-coat. This is the absolute BEST way possible.

Feel free to come on down for a visit some time.

Randy Ferguson
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Robinson, IL.
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www.metalmeet.com
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