I could say all is well that ends well since my local paint store sold me the POR15 prep products and paint, and let me return the cans of paint I didn't use. Also, the local store was cheaper than POR15.com because local store doesn't charge me shipping.
However, the 3 week delay caused by the POR15.com website sales people and sales manager caused me to start my project 3 weeks later than planned. The POR15 portion of project was done a week ago, BUT we still have many other things to do before Fall weather arrives. My cousin is working on skidplates, lift, Currie Antirock, and other things outdoors.
We have run out of Summer. Fall has partially arrived, but Summer is partially still here. At least half the days here are still nice, the other half rain. Hopefully we'll have a nice enough September so we can finish.
The delay that jerk at POR15.com caused could be a problem if we run of Summer weather and Fall arrives on time, and we are still modifying and assembling things outdoors in Fall weather.
We're done with the main paint job, and now are in the middle of lift, new control arms, Antirock, skidplates, and Detours Backbone install (getting the Antirock to clear the Backbone bolts is requiring some tweaks), and still have to do some fabrication mods to my trailer hitch for tow point and possibly one skidplate. Some of these things will need to be spray painted or POR15'd after modifying/welding, if weather allows us to paint. Weather is now a daily "if".
POR15.com and that Albrect manager screwed my schedule by 3 weeks, which has become a problem for weather.
Also, my cousin had arranged his work schedule around my project (he's self employed), but that schedule went to hell thanks to POR15.com and Mr Albrecht. So now he has to fit it into his schedule where he never planned to, and some days he can't work now due to rain to conflicts with his job. I hope we're done this week, on most things, other than some fabrication stuff that I hope to finish next week.
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