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05-06-2013 09:48 PM
Pats55 Two coats of epoxy primer. five coats of color. 2 coats of clear all PPG will do 500 hours of salt spray if its scratched it will rust beyond the scratch 2 coats or Mastecoat one coat of Ag111 does 14000 of salt spray and wont rust beyond the scratch
05-06-2013 09:04 PM
sedanbob Since you mentioned having to do work on the frame before you can paint it, I think the metal prep route is the way to go. If you epoxy now, then have to weld something on the frame, you will have to grind some of the epoxy off. When you have finished all your modifications, then definitely epoxy the frame.
05-06-2013 07:40 PM
OneMoreTime Epoxy primer is my plan..use the right one and you will need to do nothing else..

Sam
05-06-2013 07:28 PM
Pats55 After the frame is sandblasted wipe it down with metal prep, It will stay rust free for a year indoors.The prep will get the rust the blaster didnt get . Do your repairs then prime and paint you will get much better adheson if you top coat within the primers window. use a prep that contains zinc avaible from numerous suppliers in this hobby
05-06-2013 06:38 PM
st3gamefarm Yep, Epoxy is a good plan.
05-06-2013 05:13 PM
stefanP
What to coat bare freshly frame??

I'm getting my 41 chevy frame blasted this week.What to put on frame as soon as I get it back?? I was gonna put epoxy primer on first.Gonna have to do work on frame before painting will accur.Thanxs for looking.
stefanP

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