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Originally posted by Ese Caqui@Jan 30 2010, 09:38 AM~16460382
What do you start blocking with
i start with 80 then to 120 for first block before primer
 

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blocking body work?

80 gt 120 180 360 400 600

maybe, really depend

usually just 80 n 180 then 4 just depends on my primer
 

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180 then either 400 or 500, i know some people will say its a big jump from 180 to 500 but works for me
 

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Originally posted by streetking@Jan 30 2010, 05:59 PM~16462411
i know some people will say its a big jump from 180 to 500 but works for me
:wow: Don't do this :uh:
 

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Block with 80-180, prime, block 180, then prime one more time. dbl prime and block always gets a car straighter. Make sure to use guide coat so u can see your highs and lows.
 

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Originally posted by Lord Duez@Jan 30 2010, 12:00 PM~16460843
What are you painting?
My 66 again. Its just too damn cold. As soon as it gets a lil warmer im gonna start. I'm just starting to buy the 2k and shit now cause im a baller on a budget like that
 

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Originally posted by streetking@Jan 30 2010, 01:59 PM~16462411
180 then either 400 or 500, i know some people will say its a big jump from 180 to 500 but works for me
working to hard and will dig a low spot by the time the 80 scratches are gone
 

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80-150, feather out the edges good ;) n like they said, use some guide coat, itll help you find the low spots, and or get those lines nice and straight :biggrin:
 

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the guide coat will also show you any sanding scratches or pinholes you may not see until laying paint later on then you have to fix it and waste time later

believe me these idiot bodymen at work dont believe in guide coat or putting a thin layer of glaze before primer and i have to deal with fixing all the fucking pinholes and scratches in the booth while im painting
:uh:
 

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Originally posted by FlipFlopBox@Jan 31 2010, 07:51 PM~16471153
the guide coat will also show you any sanding scratches or pinholes you may not see until laying paint later on then you have to fix it and waste time later

believe me these idiot bodymen at work dont believe in guide coat or putting a thin layer of glaze before primer and i have to deal with fixing all the fucking pinholes and scratches in the booth while im painting
:uh:
ha ha, I hear that.. I send shit back to the body guys all the time..
 
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