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i just got a 54 chevy. Its got some rust on the engine. i want to know

the best way to get it off. thanks
 

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Originally posted by sanchez1@Aug 5 2003, 01:53 PM~950053
i just got a 54 chevy.  Its got some rust on the engine. i want to know

the best way to get it off.  thanks
KBS AQUA CLEAN THEN THE RUST BLAST FOLLED BY PAINT
 

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Originally posted by sanchez1@Aug 5 2003, 01:53 PM~950053
i just got a 54 chevy.  Its got some rust on the engine. i want to know

the best way to get it off.  thanks
KBS COATINGS ALSO SELLS A KIT CALLED MOTOR COATER. CHECK OUT THERE WEB SITE :cool:
 

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Originally posted by nate64@Mar 4 2011, 10:53 PM~20018665
KBS COATINGS ALSO SELLS A KIT CALLED MOTOR COATER. CHECK OUT THERE WEB SITE :cool:
That stuff looks like shit. Kinda like undercoating almost. It looks good when you put it on but after it dries it looks pretty uneven
 

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Originally posted by SnakeShit@Mar 4 2011, 11:29 PM~20019612
That stuff looks like shit. Kinda like undercoating almost. It looks good when you put it on but after it dries it looks pretty uneven
YOU OBVIOUSLY DIDNT FOLLOW THERE DIRECTIONS...EVERYTING I HAVE PAINTED GETS MISTAKEN FOR BEING POWDERCOATED! IT LOOKS LIKE UNDERCOATING ON THE MOTOR MAYBE BECAUSE THE CASTING FLASH ON THE BLOCK. PREP IS THE KEY
 

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Originally posted by nate64@Mar 5 2011, 12:40 AM~20019715
YOU OBVIOUSLY DIDNT FOLLOW THERE DIRECTIONS...EVERYTING I HAVE PAINTED GETS MISTAKEN FOR BEING POWDERCOATED! IT LOOKS LIKE UNDERCOATING ON THE MOTOR MAYBE BECAUSE THE CASTING FLASH ON THE BLOCK. PREP IS THE KEY

I didnt apply it. My neighbor used it, says he followed the directions. Just stating an opinion chief
 

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Originally posted by SnakeShit@Mar 4 2011, 11:41 PM~20019734
I didnt apply it. My neighbor used it, says he followed the directions. Just stating an opinion chief
GOOD ON YA FOR GIVING FALSE INFO ON A PRODUCT THAT YOU DIDNT EVEN PAINT....CHEIF :thumbsup:
 

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Kbs is good and inexpensive when compared to other products. You will want to follow th three step process. Don't skip. This will ensure better results by prepping correctly.

I've used their products and have been satisfied with results. Important to follow steps exactly.
 

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Originally posted by Ragtop Ted@Mar 6 2011, 12:29 PM~20027551
I wonder if he removed the rust in the 8 years since this topic was started lol.
:cheesy: lol prob not
 

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Originally posted by nate64@Mar 6 2011, 10:49 PM~20032278
:cool: HEY....AT LEAST ITS A REFERENCE FOR OTHERS WITH THE SAME QUESTION
haha...no doubt.

actually, i'm going to be in a position where i will have parts removed, so this will be a good time to test out KBS's engine paint. :cool:
 

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Originally posted by BAD70@Mar 9 2011, 07:42 PM~20054304
haha...no doubt.

actually, i'm going to be in a position where i will have parts removed, so this will be a good time to test out KBS's engine paint.  :cool:
LET US KNOW HOW IT WORKS OUT FOR YA! JUST FOLLOW THE DIRECTIONS TO A T AND YOU WILL BE PLEASED... :biggrin:
 
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