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zero rust

Discussion in '40- & 55-Series Tech' started by wayne_fj40, Feb 5, 2003.

  1. wayne_fj40

    wayne_fj40

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    Yes It sounds to good to be true,but I bought a can and I'm gonna try on my transmission cover and then put some herculiner over and under coat the other side hopeing to buy some time so I can finish the other stuff.My question is has anyone ever used It and If so how well did It work.Thanks
     
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    Thank, Woody Sounds good to me
     
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    POR 15 is the way to go. Sure, a PITA to apply, but the results speak for themselves. Painted my rusty frame with POR 2 years ago and looks great.
     
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    This may sound stupid, but is zero rust a primer? I am getting ready to prime my '63 fj and my paint guy recommended an etching primer. However, this zerorust looks good. Is it meant to be used as a primer or simply a rust prevention undelayment? Thanks.
     
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    Yes to my knowlage It is just for rust prevention.Hope this helps