Indeed - sealed up all joints inside the tub from above, both for water intrusion, as well as just helping to keep things looking clean in the interior down the road. It should also help get rid of a few paint "edges" as well. I did all the joints/seams that made sense underneath as well - there's a few things that aren't really "sealable"...the rotisserie really helped there.Looks awesome. Did you seam seal all the joint inside tub, like wheel well arches to back floor, mid and front floor to cross member Etc.? I am about to paint my tub and I was planning on doing all those joints as it will eliminate water between all those interior panels, but wanted thought on that from someone who is in the middle of it.
The running boards just went to base from the epoxy, but they didn't get any bodywork or surfacer since they were new, which is why they could skip that step.I have shot many cars back in the day, but I have never shot primer, then gone to a sealer and then topcoat. I have never shot a sealer between. I have always gone primer, block, then to topcoat. I see your results, looks fantastic. do you think the sealer make a huge difference or do you think it would be close to those same results with top over epoxy? I have seen many opinions, but have never done 3 steps like that myself. (4 if you include the clear, which I have sprayed clear, just no sealer)