after sandblasting a frame... if i am gonna work on it off and on (wrap the frame)... should i use por 15 or weld through primer?? And why?
Do like he says. Take a grinder to expose fresh bare steel where you will be welding at the time and after you work away from that area you could probably spot prime what you have done but it might be better to wait until all the welding is done so the splatter doesn't mar the new primer.Originally posted by Big Doe@Sep 18 2006, 09:15 AM~6195793
dont do a thing, get to welding.
I could have added bracing but by taking my time on the second one I did I didn't need any. The problem I had with the first one was trying to rush it. I too didn't want to make mine a career on either the first or the second but on the second one I'm doing (the one linked to in primer) I'm trying to make this one the best I can and sometimes it does feel like a career.Originally posted by northwestG@Sep 18 2006, 06:58 PM~6199364
thanx for the advice.
Jim wouldn't u put brasing accros the frame to keep it from warping? I dont plan on welding the whole frame in a day.. i dont have the time its just a side project not a career..
The biggest problem is even my garage is kind of moist mostly because i live in washington and its very humid in the winter, but my dryer doesn't vent outside so the moister stays in the garage... so theres no avoiding moister.
Been thinkin bout blasting it a lil at a time, because i bought my own blaster but i think that will get very time consuming/annoying
Why not use weld through primer?? are there disadvantages to it?