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Unread 08-05-2011, 10:38 AM   #226
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Unread 08-05-2011, 11:51 AM   #227
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I'm so excited. I'm going to SPRAY some chqassis saver this weekend. got the plates on the uniframe almost done, should be done tonight, which leaves way for grinding of the areas unpainted under the front half, and spraying!!!!!

I'm excited. So excited. Going to buy some new guns just for this today. Plan is to get to spraying everything i can thats unpainted on the underside, and then start work on cleaning up the front dif, so i can get this puppy rolling again, and go under it and reallly get that second coat, and spray in the hard to reach areas.

gotta love harbor frieght for having cheap paint guns, and Eric being AMAZING, to make this all possible while I'm out of work.
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Alright, I got a used Warn winch plate. It was pretty rusty so I spent half the day chipping off all the loose rust and anywhere the paint could come especially around areas of rust to make sure it didnt spread underneath the areas the were still painted. If I coat this in CHASSIS SAVER will I need to remove the rest of the paint? should I only coat the rusty areas and try to avoid the paint, or is it safe to scuff up the paint and chassis saver right over the whole thing?
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I just did the same to a pair of M416 trailers, frames, fenders, etc. Removed all the loose stuff then scuffed if you will with the grinder and flapper or black fiberous pad thing. Had bare metal in places, rust in places and paint in places. Coated over everything with Chassis Saver and it seemed to work great. Did two solid coats over everything and it looked GREAT when done. Much better than expected. I figured if it didn't come off with the grinder easily or without too much trouble, then it wasn't worth messing with and the chassis saver would take care of the rest. Once coated with Monsta over that, can't even tell-looks great overall.

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Alright, I got a used Warn winch plate. It was pretty rusty so I spent half the day chipping off all the loose rust and anywhere the paint could come especially around areas of rust to make sure it didnt spread underneath the areas the were still painted. If I coat this in CHASSIS SAVER will I need to remove the rest of the paint? should I only coat the rusty areas and try to avoid the paint, or is it safe to scuff up the paint and chassis saver right over the whole thing?
willystruck is right, just paint it all. Technically, Chassis Saver is only as strong as it's bond to the surface beneath but if the remaining existing paint is sound you should be fine just to coat. If there was some rust starting under existing paint it could bleed through in small spots in the future but you can touch it up then.

Only other way here would be to blast it all clean before CS
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I'm so excited. I'm going to SPRAY some chqassis saver this weekend. got the plates on the uniframe almost done, should be done tonight, which leaves way for grinding of the areas unpainted under the front half, and spraying!!!!!

I'm excited. So excited. Going to buy some new guns just for this today. Plan is to get to spraying everything i can thats unpainted on the underside, and then start work on cleaning up the front dif, so i can get this puppy rolling again, and go under it and reallly get that second coat, and spray in the hard to reach areas.

gotta love harbor frieght for having cheap paint guns, and Eric being AMAZING, to make this all possible while I'm out of work.
Glad to help but I think you're more happy because summer's passing and you want snow. I'm with you on that. Getting to hate the heat more each year.
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Glad to help but I think you're more happy because summer's passing and you want snow. I'm with you on that. Getting to hate the heat more each year.
hi five, but im really actually stoked for spraying it. I got the guns today. gonna go down in a couple hours and get some spraying done, and I'll take a bunch of pictures again. I've been putting that folder together as I go, I think i have about 85% of the pictures still in full size in the folder.

alot more to come, the completion pics are the most important, when its outside and i can roll around under it taking shots ect.
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willystruck is right, just paint it all. Technically, Chassis Saver is only as strong as it's bond to the surface beneath but if the remaining existing paint is sound you should be fine just to coat. If there was some rust starting under existing paint it could bleed through in small spots in the future but you can touch it up then.

Only other way here would be to blast it all clean before CS
I decided that it would only take me a few more hours to grind it all down with my dremel and a few grinding stones, so I'm leaving it how it is for now and when I have the chassis saver in my hand (ordering when my mother gets home, she wants to buy it for my birthday) then I'll go ahead and finish grinding it down, prepe the inside of my jeep for the monstaliner and prep my CJ7 tailgate and then crack open the chassis saver and try to tackle all the projects at once!
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I decided that it would only take me a few more hours to grind it all down with my dremel and a few grinding stones, so I'm leaving it how it is for now and when I have the chassis saver in my hand (ordering when my mother gets home, she wants to buy it for my birthday) then I'll go ahead and finish grinding it down, prepe the inside of my jeep for the monstaliner and prep my CJ7 tailgate and then crack open the chassis saver and try to tackle all the projects at once!
Well I have no Monsta wearing a party hat but Happy Birthday to you anyhow!
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Well I have no Monsta wearing a party hat but Happy Birthday to you anyhow!
Thanks Bud Glad to finally have some time off so I can work on my Jeep lol
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so what should i coat my diffs with as a top coat over the black chassis saver so it dosent fade, got a recommended paint? perferably in a rattle can, but I can prolly make due with my detail gun
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1 of two I would suggest.

Rustoleum Oil Based Black in the sheen of your choice or
Rustoleum hammered spraycan
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so what should i coat my diffs with as a top coat over the black chassis saver so it dosent fade, got a recommended paint? perferably in a rattle can, but I can prolly make due with my detail gun
Yes and spray can stuff or if you want to load up the gun, any black enamel in a quart with a little reducer most likely min spirits paint thinner
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anything that looks like i missed spots is reflection. This stuff sprays awesome. I wish I sprayed it all lol. Took like no time. I did both the arches, with a really nice covering coat, and the suspension mounts in the front and all that jazz underneath, with like 10oz of mixed paint, thinner 10% with s8.
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Alright, here's where I started on the winch plate... stuff is nasty, shortly after this picture was taken I took out the grinding wheel and flap wheel and had at it and right now everywhere the paint was loose bubbling or within 1/4 in of rust has been taken down to bare metal will post more pics after its chassis savered tmw or friday





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