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Old 11/18/19, 12:06 PM   #16
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If you are blasting the rust off then no, if you aim to paint over rust as some others have suggested, we have used KBS with great results in the past. To try and get the best bang for the buck is the fewer steps you have to do the better. Ospho when you apply it needs to cure then you need to sand it as it will create a film that will cause paint to release etc. As for finish underneath, I like raptor as it creates a very durable easy to repair under layer that is also easy to clean. The texture of it hides blemishes etc. as well as the thickness it can be applied provides some sound proofing qualities over paint. It all comes down to your end result you want to achieve.
Ok great! Let me ask yíall this. If I blast, treat with por15 metal prep then do the por15 paint would I be able to go back letís say a year or two in the future and apply raptor liner over it? If I decide I really want the raptor liner underneath. I understand itís best to do everything all at the same time but all of that isnít doable for me right now.

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Old 11/18/19, 01:08 PM   #17
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For good paint for the buck Rustoleum Professional Grade (Home Depot or Lowes in a gallon) or Tractor Supply's Tractor and Implement paint. Both good choices on a budget.
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Old 11/18/19, 01:14 PM   #18
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Being a 66 if you ever wanted to do a stock resto on it you would kick yourself for using any bedliner.

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Old 11/18/19, 03:05 PM   #19
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Ok great! Let me ask yíall this. If I blast, treat with por15 metal prep then do the por15 paint would I be able to go back letís say a year or two in the future and apply raptor liner over it? If I decide I really want the raptor liner underneath. I understand itís best to do everything all at the same time but all of that isnít doable for me right now.
You should be able to, just be sure you read the products info is all. Most will require a good scuff for adhesion but if the products are dissimilar you may need to add a link coat between them like an epoxy or some of the products like KBS may simply require a fresh application of that in between whatever you top coat it with for best performance. All of the data should be on the products to determine.

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Old 11/18/19, 03:27 PM   #20
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For good paint for the buck Rustoleum Professional Grade (Home Depot or Lowes in a gallon) or Tractor Supply's Tractor and Implement paint. Both good choices on a budget.
Thank you sir. I might have to go this route for the time being. Three in college and Christmas time has taken a toll on my budget. Lol

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Old 11/18/19, 03:30 PM   #21
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You should be able to, just be sure you read the products info is all. Most will require a good scuff for adhesion but if the products are dissimilar you may need to add a link coat between them like an epoxy or some of the products like KBS may simply require a fresh application of that in between whatever you top coat it with for best performance. All of the data should be on the products to determine.
I would like to do this for the underside to seal it and probably go with a cheaper engine bay and exterior paint for now. Thank you!

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Old 11/19/19, 09:42 AM   #22
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After being prepped, seam sealed, I use a PPG Epoxy Primer in Red Oxide.

Your 66 may have traces of this color primer underneath from the Factory.

Look at the 69 Bronco in My Garage. You can see the Red Oxide there.

I then LineX the under side of the Inner Fenders black. The rest remains Red Oxide.

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Yep the under side is coated in the red oxide primer and undercoating. The undercoating is peeling off in places now and to begin with I scraped it all off down to the red oxide and spray painted it with rustoleum. Now I’ve decided I want to go ahead and do it right by blasting it and sealing it with some type of primer and or paint. Then eventually I’d like to raptor line it. Probably going to blast it , treat it and use por15. I’ve had this bronco since I was 15. I bought it from an old fellow and paid him $250 for it that earned by cutting grass one summer. That was 3o years ago. It’s not going anywhere and I want to preserve it and use it. I have a 77 also that’s more sentimental than this 66 but that’s a another story. Lol

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For good paint for the buck Rustoleum Professional Grade (Home Depot or Lowes in a gallon) or Tractor Supply's Tractor and Implement paint. Both good choices on a budget.
The more I look at this paint, the more I think Iím going to use it on the engine bay and exterior. Since Iíve never painted a vehicle before I donít want to shell out for more expensive paint only to screw it up. If I can get this sprayed decent, it will all be the same color and I wonít be afraid to run it through the bushes since I wonít have much money invested in the paint. I am going to blast and Por15 the interior and underside.

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The more I look at this paint, the more I think Iím going to use it on the engine bay and exterior. Since Iíve never painted a vehicle before I donít want to shell out for more expensive paint only to screw it up. If I can get this sprayed decent, it will all be the same color and I wonít be afraid to run it through the bushes since I wonít have much money invested in the paint. I am going to blast and Por15 the interior and underside.
Tractor Supply sells an additive that makes it even harder and helps keep the gloss factor. Worth the money for the exterior.
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https://www.kbs-coatings.com/Undercoatings.html

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https://www.kbs-coatings.com/RustSeal.html

I coated my frame with Rust Seal. Good stuff.
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Thanks man! Iím trying to do a comparison now between kbs stuff and Por 15. Iím thinking Iíll go with one or the other underneath. Iím wanting to blast it then paint it with one of these products.

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Tractor Supply has the Rustoleum Tractor paint for $10 off this week.
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While the por and I've are absolutely wonderful products, let me throw you another choice. Rust Bullet. I used it for the simple fact that it was uv resistant, while the por required a topcoat. This saved me a step, and saved a ton of time. At that time it was a sponsor here. Don't know if it is anymore, but it comes in silver as well as black, great stuff.
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While the por and I've are absolutely wonderful products, let me throw you another choice. Rust Bullet. I used it for the simple fact that it was uv resistant, while the por required a topcoat. This saved me a step, and saved a ton of time. At that time it was a sponsor here. Don't know if it is anymore, but it comes in silver as well as black, great stuff.
Thanks! I was looking at this stuff last night. Tried to find some feedback about it on here but t I didnít see anything.

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Tractor Supply has the Rustoleum Tractor paint for $10 off this week.
Preciate it! Iím going to my local tractor supply tomorrow to see what they have there. With this Rust-oleum paint do you spray clear coat on it?

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