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Brian Martin,Freelance adviser

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  1. Pats55
    08-17-2019 11:29 AM - permalink
    Hi Brian I just found your email in regard to the AG 111. I don't know if you have moved I hope it went smoothly. We moved recently after 30 years it was quite a job. The AG 111 comes in gloss black, satin black, white, red and gray. I like for you to play with this stuff I think you will really be impressed. It's also available in the clear will over your existing colors which is kind of cool. Send you are new address to [email protected] and what color you would like. Again good luck on the move and keep up the good work

  2. Pats55
    04-16-2019 09:12 PM - permalink
    Hello Brian I noticed the deadbody man hasn't posted anything in a while. I haven't been following for a while and I was wondering if he was okay. Thanks Pat
  3. tonyf
    08-08-2018 12:42 PM - permalink
    Thanks for the suggestion, Martin
  4. bubba1955
  5. Jon P
    04-13-2017 03:01 PM - permalink
    Jon P
    Hello, I spoke with Evercoat tech support, he advised that when I apply the Uro-fill, there is no need for another coat of epoxy primer, as the Uro-fill acts as a sealer and will be easier to sand then the epoxy primer. What are your thoughts?
    Thank you!!
  6. Jon P
    04-03-2017 08:18 AM - permalink
    Jon P
    Okay thank you. One of the reasons for the epoxy is that I live in Canada, so high humidity and crazy temp changes are the norm. Also, once the high build is applied and the final block sanding is done, if i sand through the highbuild, the epoxy will prevent from exposing bare metal. another question, I have two high builds, both from Evercoat, one is a polyester (finish sand), the other is the urethane (uro fill). Any thoughts?

    Thank you again, and will call tech line shortly!!

  7. Jon P
    04-02-2017 10:52 PM - permalink
    Jon P
    Hello, I was hoping to pick your knowledge base regarding epoxy primer over filler. Here is what I have done so far, and what my thoughts are. I had the truck/panels sandblasted, cleaned thoroughly, sprayed 2x with epoxy primer. Bondo filler filler applied, block sanded. At this stage, during the block sanding I have gone down to bare metal in some spots. Before I shoot with high build, i was wanting to re-apply epoxy (to cover the bare metal), then shoot the high build and go from there. Do you see anything wrong with this? and do you have any words of wisdom?

    thank you for your time!!
  8. poncho62
    03-28-2017 04:48 PM - permalink
    I have no idea.......I looked at the admin panel and it says I closed it. I did not, as a metter of fact I hadnt even looked at the thread until now. This has happened once before with me. I think its a glitch in the software or something. I reopened it.
  9. Tiffxny
  10. AldoChevy65
    01-01-2017 06:52 PM - permalink
    Thanks for the quick response Brian....look forward to future conversations.

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    Boise, Idaho
    Family, and Fan of anything that moves human beings
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