Yes Please !!
Yes Please !!
IF YOU CAN'T FIX IT WITH A HAMMER, YOU'VE GOT AN ELECTRICAL PROBLEM MATE.
This is going to be awesome, will follow with interest, good job sir...
Looks the ********. Roof chop alone makes a sedan sinister, the blower really tops it off
A few things happened. I built a Fred Flinstone style chassis. And pulled the body off, in preperation to paint the chassis.
Chassis got primer. Reacted. Got more primer. Reacted. Got barrier primer and more primer and all seemed well.
So it got paint...... And reacted real bad.
So I have since had it sand blasted, primed, re primed and today I re painted it...... It has reacted again and needs re doing again.
I have primed, flatted and painted it 9 times at this point........ Im pretty sick of it.
The body also got a bit of primer.
And the wheels got paint.
ive had some paint recently that kept reacting no matter what I done, I got fed up and left it for the time being.
I take it you are using one manufacturers range of primer and paint ? If so it must be due to the primer not being fully set or too much thinners in the paint? If metallic and using base coat and clear are you leaving the base open for too long ? It needs lacquering within 24 hours , sometimes a much smaller window of time. I mean if you have a bare metal chassis there's nothing else it can be ??
what sort of reaction are you getting?
How about trying some topcoat on bare steel test peice and see if it reacts.
Is it the correct hardener for the paint?
Chassis is now painted. Again.....
The problem seemed to be, that the primer I was sold as 2k. Turned out to be acryic. Which is oil based.... No good for 2K paint.
But at last.... Its good enough to start building a rolling chassis.
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