I have used POR15 on frames and other parts. It's great stuff. Powdercoating is best for bumpers or an epoxy based paint if you want to shoot it yourself is good. I touch up my bumpers and rock rails with POR15 after a day in the rocks. Try it out, if you don't like it, you can always sandblast and powdercoat later.
97 TJ 4.0, AX15, E-Fan, 5" Full Traction Long Arm - D44s /4:88s, 36" TSL/SX Swampers on Cragar Bead Locks, Atlas ll, Outback Extreme OnBoard Air, Hand Throttle, Homemade Sliders, Homemade Rear Roll Cage, M.O.R.E. High Clearance Bumpers, Currie Currectlync Steering, Currie Anti rock, Warn 9.5XP, OR Fab Sport Cage Up Front, I've lost control.
I was just curious if anyone has POR-15 there bumper? I saw some in the store and had an epiphany? And if so any pics?
I used the POR-15 on the bumper BESRK sold me - it worked great, and the kit had everything I needed (etch, rinse, and coating) to do the job. Looks great.
I also bought some UV coat, but didn't put it on. The POR on my bumper has faded where the sun hits (but not under the tire lol). I will probably use the UV coat before winter.
For the record, I dropped my trailer hitch (that slides into the receiver) onto the bumper about three weeks after I mounted it. The powder coat on the hich chipped on the corner that it landed on, but it didn't leave a mark on the bumper.
I like it!
2004 TJ Sport, I6 4.0l, 5spd, D44; BESRK rear bumper, some other stuff. Buildin' it bit-by-bit.
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I used it on the frame and wheel wells of a dodge power wagon and it peeled everywhere the sun hit it. The frame held up really well though. It was a long time ago so they may have changed it up a little...
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