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10-12-2006 08:13 PM
little chevy2
painting fiberglass

I'ts a fiberglass corvett body on a go cart frame. A friend of mine is in the omar jett's and he drives it in parade's. Thank's for the info i think i'll epoxy first and if i need too i'll use 2k .
10-11-2006 08:57 PM
kenseth17 2k primer is fine for fiberglass, but as discsussed already, epoxy is best down first. There is a lot of information on fiberglass prep already if you do a search. I am confused what your are painting, miniature corvette what?? True corvettes have been smc for quite a long time now, and you must use products for use with smc, Not all fiberglass resins will work with smc.
10-11-2006 08:39 PM
little chevy2
painting fiber glass?

I'm redoing a miniature corvett on . I've stripped all the paint off and done some repaires on the fiberglass and was planning on priming with crossfire 2k high build and painting with crossfire base and clear. I was just worried that the 2k primer would'nt be flexible enough and it might crack later down the road?

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