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Old 04-11-2005, 07:33 PM
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Protecting inside of frame

OK, we've sand blasted the Chevelle frame and I've ordered SPI epoxy primer for it, however we got to thinking ,which by the way could be dangerous, about the inside of the frame. It just seems that if you spend all this time and money on the outside of the frame why not do the inside also. So heres my question, has anyone done the the inside of a frame and if you have what did you use and how did you do it. would just an undercoating be ok? would I need a long wand, one that would spray of the sides or would a fan pattern be ok? Any help would be appreciated.

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When I was prepping the frame for my 34 I took it to Zeibart and had them shoot as far inside the frame rails as possible both front and rear. May or may not be worth the effort, but I felt I had to do something.

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Don't know what year it is and I'm no X-pert but the only boxed area is the front clip right?
If it's just the frame,and this will sound strange, but tape/plug up all the holes and pour in some Dupont Chassie Black and rotate it around to coat the inside.
Yeah I know crazy, BUT, I've painted the inside's of very "unpaintable" items this way.
I'll go back to my cave now....
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