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post #7606 of 13179 Old 04-22-2012, 05:55 PM
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2k primer is what Erik will tell you to use.
Is that available locally or is there a product that will substitute?

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Is that available locally or is there a product that will substitute?
Look for an automotive paint supplier, I don't think you can find it in a rattle can. Call Eric and place your order over the phone, Monstaliner is a division of Magnet Paints I'm sure he can set you up with the right primer and you might even get free shipping on the primer. I would primer the tub, spray your free quart of chassis saver over it, and then Monstaline it.

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Is that available locally or is there a product that will substitute?
SKINUM you have an order in house here that is shipping tomorrow so we can add something to ship with it

Is the primer you asking about for use under Monstaliner?
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Look for an automotive paint supplier, I don't think you can find it in a rattle can. Call Eric and place your order over the phone, Monstaliner is a division of Magnet Paints I'm sure he can set you up with the right primer and you might even get free shipping on the primer. I would primer the tub, spray your free quart of chassis saver over it, and then Monstaline it.
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SKINUM you have an order in house here that is shipping tomorrow so we can add something to ship with it

Is the primer you asking about for use under Monstaliner?
Yes, im going to use chassis saver on all of my armor and then spraying monstaliner on top of it.

However, the actual body section im assuming I can't use chassis saver as the primer?
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Yes, im going to use chassis saver on all of my armor and then spraying monstaliner on top of it.

However, the actual body section im assuming I can't use chassis saver as the primer?
That's right, gotta prime. I used a self etching primer, but I only had some small spots I over sanded INSIDE the tub. If you are doing a larger area, get the better primer

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Yes, im going to use chassis saver on all of my armor and then spraying monstaliner on top of it.

However, the actual body section im assuming I can't use chassis saver as the primer?
If the armor is all new/bare metal I would use 2K epoxy primer direct to the metal to save yourself the trouble of having to roughen the metal first to put Chassis Saver
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If the armor is all new/bare metal I would use 2K epoxy primer direct to the metal to save yourself the trouble of having to roughen the metal first to put Chassis Saver
And if it isn't brand new? I've got 2 quarts of chassis saver sitting in the fridge.

I'm wondering what I need to use on the body once it's sanded down?
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And if it isn't brand new? I've got 2 quarts of chassis saver sitting in the fridge.

I'm wondering what I need to use on the body once it's sanded down?
OK skip new or old references

Is everything bare metal or does something have paint that you are just sanding first before applying ML?
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OK skip new or old references

Is everything bare metal or does something have paint that you are just sanding first before applying ML?
Sent you a PM so the thread isn't jammed up with my ?
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Some of us would like to know, too. Posting that you sent a PM is just as "bad" as posting the question in the first place.
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Some of us would like to know, too. Posting that you sent a PM is just as "bad" as posting the question in the first place.
Can't win with people on this forum. 50% of people will complain about ?'s and the others will complain if ya don't.

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Yes, just scuff all the good paint and spot prime the rusted spots with CS.

If the paint is all sound on the body you can just coat ML over it after scuffing and good solvent cleaning

Just so you know, self etch primers are only for bare metal and should not be applied over previous paint.
Epoxy primer sticks to everything (bare metal or previous paint)
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Can't win with people on this forum. 50% of people will complain about ?'s and the others will complain if ya don't.
Here's a tip: if you're not going to post your question don't post that you're not posting your question.
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This is a technical thread. All questions are welcome, repetitive or not.

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This is a technical thread. All questions are welcome, repetitive or not.

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