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use a high build epoxy or polyester primer---these will be "two" part primers so you will have a harderner------you also might look into an "etching primer" first and the the other-----there is also a really thick primer which is actually liquid filler that you can use----------good luck
 

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Originally posted by dabomb+Nov 25 2003, 11:40 AM--></span><table border='0' align='center' width='95%' cellpadding='3' cellspacing='1'><tr><td>QUOTE (dabomb @ Nov 25 2003, 11:40 AM)</td></tr><tr><td id='QUOTE'><!--QuoteBegin--lowriderlife@Nov 25 2003, 01:33 PM
use a high build epoxy or polyester primer---these will be "two" part primers so you will have a harderner------you also might look into an "etching primer" first and the the other-----there is also a really thick primer which is actually liquid filler that you can use----------good luck
thats really good...but would it be best to change the required panel before priming...like I dont know if by pits he meant little wholes in the sheet metal...cuz those panels would have to be change...or repair whit sheet metal...

after that the 2 base epoxy primer is a killer ;) ...i will do that to my ride when ready to restore...

Lowriderlife- you look like a really OG painter...candy, flakes, patherns...

do you have a step by step, or a technic on getting started...just after all the metal from the car is repaired...

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thanx for thr props bro---i don't really have anything writtn out it's just all in my head-----i am young only 31 but i just love to dive into any aspect of customizing-------i'm just really artistc and i love my lowrider lifestyle---if you have any specif questions just pm me bro---------peace
 
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