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Soul_Man said:I'm going to POR my frame, hopefully in about a month. Before the POR I'm going to have it galvanized
bandy rooster said:i vote on rust bullet .. 100 bucks a gallon / 2 coats - bullet proof
trekker said:Rust bullet? Zero Rust???
Wow... I'll need to re-blast my por'ed frame and re-do it!
But seriously, my 15 job has held up quite well cept where a little brake fluid collected under a brake line junction.
my64fj40 said:I think I remember reading on a POR bottle not to aply to galvanized metal,
but I could be mistaken. It probably won't affect it anyway, I had great results
using POR 15 but down in South Texas it takes it forever to dry.
fjoakley said:I would have it powdercoated or use zero rust.
llih said:Hey Poldo
What did you top coat the zero rust with? Did you use acrylic enamel or urethane? Your Yota looks sweet. I am just wondering about using urethane over zero rust.
stumpy said:i have used POR a number of times in different places on my '40. i am not impressed. if you dont follow the instructions exactly, i peels off. the topcoat didnt protect the POR on my brushgaurd or frame where it was exposed to the sun, and the POR i put on the inside has been chipping up.
all in all, it is better than just plain rattle can. but next time, i wont be using POR. i will probably give ZERO rust a try. when i do a frame-off, i will be powdercoating.