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Repainting frame/suspension

What kind of paint does everyone use to repaint the frame or suspension pieces that have faded or have been welded/ground?
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POR-15, it's tough as nails
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X2 thats what i used
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^^ chassis saver is the same thing only cheaper. thats what im going to use
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I clean everything up real good then go to town with rustoleum gloss black rattle cans
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rustoleum under coat.
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rustoleum under coat.
thats what i'm doing when its spring/warm and dry out.
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but the rattle cans dont seal the metal or stop rust like chassis saver or por-15
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ya, I like the Rustoleum Under Coat. Seems to hold up good for all of the projects I have used it on
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^^ chassis saver is the same thing only cheaper. thats what im going to use
Your saltine cracker frame is too far beyond repair for some special paint.
You are literally trying to polish a turd, I don't think it has ever been more true.

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Your saltine cracker frame is too far beyond repair for some special paint.
You are literally trying to polish a turd, I don't think it has ever been more true.

QFT!
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Your saltine cracker frame is too far beyond repair for some special paint.
You are literally trying to polish a turd, I don't think it has ever been more true.

once you come to my house and get under my truck and look at my frame. then you can talk **** but till then STFU because my frame is fine just surface rust like any northern truck.
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Ok, I'll bring the cheese and dip.
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Downeys house meet 2010.
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Your saltine cracker frame is too far beyond repair for some special paint.
You are literally trying to polish a turd, I don't think it has ever been more true.

That may be true for my truck but I am buying time agaist the inevitable. I use rustoleum rust converter.
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Downeys house meet 2010.
we do need to do a bl lol
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once you come to my house and get under my truck and look at my frame. then you can talk **** but till then STFU because my frame is fine just surface rust like any northern truck.
is that what you call it? what you call surface rust, we call cancer out here


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Downeys house meet 2010.
hellz yeah, yo downey if you buy the fuel i'll help out on that body lift
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hellz yeah, yo downey if you buy the fuel i'll help out on that body lift
haha nah man i have had my bl for over a year and still need to pick up cab mounts so no extra money
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I just use krylon fusion satin. Looks amazing under there. I even did spare tire
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valspar tractor paint is what i used holds up great to salt and sand. You can find it at tractor supply.
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thanks ill have to get on that next weekend
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