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    I intend to guide coat and block sand the epoxy...

    I intend to guide coat and block sand the epoxy right before it goes to the painter, so that I use my labor and not have to pay him to do it. The epoxy coverage is more for insurance from rust while...
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    I am stripping my car again, for a professional...

    I am stripping my car again, for a professional paint job. I made arrangements to strip it myself to bare metal, pull off all the filler, scratch out as much seam sealer as I can, and then apply...
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    Location

    Indianapolis, IN
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    Dent and not oil can

    it was a dent. When I received it through shipping, it had a nice destroyed area on the shipping box as well. Unfortunately it was left at my door step without a signature, and the independent shop I...
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    1970 Dodge Challenger trunk lid

    I have had that thought, however this is what I received. A new trunk lid that had an uneven surface. Shipping is very hard on these body parts, and I donít want to go through this again. I would...
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    Stud welder

    That is probably my best option. I really donít want to cut out the backside frame and have to weld back in. If I was to come up with studs to weld on, how close would you weld them? The area is...
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    New trunk lid with a sunk area.

    I bought a new AMD trunk lid about 8 years ago, and it had a large low or sink area that I didnít do anything with at the time. I used some body filler to get it level and painted over it. 8 years...
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    Too thick?

    I had body filler to finish it before, but it was awfully thick. Well over a 1/4Ē thick. Probably closer to 1/2Ē. I would like to use the lead as close to flush as possible and finish with filler.
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    Lead on top of lead

    Several years ago I replaced the roof skin on my challenger I was restoring. Lead was used in the seam from the roof skin to the rear quarter. After removing all old material and roof skin, I...
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    Awesome help

    Thanks for the help. I think I will weld a little more, and then try and grind as even as I can. I think thatís really my only concern is to get a uniform grind all along the edge, but you gave me...
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    All metal okay to use?

    What about the filler that is called All Metal, it has particles of aluminum in it I think?
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    Door to quarter panel edges

    I did some welding on the edges of the door and quarter panel in order to get that perfect gap all along the edges. I did my best to grind and weld, grind and weld, but I feel that it still may not...
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    Donít mean to hijack your thread. I have a...

    Donít mean to hijack your thread. I have a question that relates to what you are doing as well. With the final sand on say urethane high build, donít you take it down until you start to barely see...
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    Can epoxy primer on EPD

    Replaced my front fenders with new fenders coated with the black EPD, but I have had to do some bending, shaping, welding, grinding to perfect gaps, as well as a few shipping dings in the metal. Is...
  15. Eastwood Epoxy and Urethane high build primers

    I am thinking of using Eastwoodís primer products ahead of having base coat clear coat shot. Does any one know about their compatibility with others paint and clear products? I am doing all body work...
  16. Thread: door gaps

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    Nows the best time to fix those gaps. They never...

    Nows the best time to fix those gaps. They never got any better until the 90ís I swear. I am working on the gap below my doors on a 70 challenger. Huge gap that you can run your fingers along. I have...
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