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Old 03-18-2008, 08:56 PM
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mustard yellow primer?

Does any one know the name or paint code what ever for the mustard yellow primer sealer? I've seen it used alot on Powerblock shows but they have never answered my email. I would think it would be just the thing to use under the Ford Screaming Yellow I want for my project.
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I know that Nason's high build 2K primer is available in a yellow type of color. Not sure on the exact color, I am color blind. I would think that you can get the Du-Pont's sealer color tinted.
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A white sealer before topcoating will really make the yellow "scream"
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Thanks for the replies. My main reason for the yellow primer is that I intend to drive the wheels off my hotrod and although I'm not a polish and shine guy, if there is going to be road rash I'd rather yellow show through the paint. It's just an idea. I imagine my painter will do what he think is best.
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Z-Chrome polyester primer...

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What's the name of the clausen poly primer?
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with yellow under your stone chips will hide alot better, good point, just make sure you dont try and topcoat polyester primer, find a paint system that allows you to tint a sealer before topcoats and you will be fine.
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yellow primer

Clearly I'm not a painter. It looks as if the sealer is the thing to make yellow. Or can one tint primer and sealer?
Thanks for your help!!
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The Musclecar (powerblock) TV show has used Z-Chrome a lot lately. It is a polyester primer, but not a sealer. Should probably be sealed prior to basecoating. I've seen people skip that step though.

I've never used it, but I've used Featherfill from Evercoat for blocking. I like it but wow do you ever need to get that stuff out of your gun quick. It sets up fast !!
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yellow primer

Thanks, I'll need to ask my painter what he thinks. My plan calls for the body to come back to me so I can finish mounting and making firewall holes, finishing the hood sides, and things before the actual paint goes on. He made an opening for me so thought to get body work done better than I had been able to. The bed is gong to stay a little rough but can come off easily for final paint.
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