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Old 04/20/20, 04:49 AM   #61
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You're going to really like that color matched liner. Looking good.
Thanks, Looking forward to the next phase of the restoration. Can't wait to see it sprayed with the color matched raptor.

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Old 04/21/20, 05:58 AM   #62
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Preparing inner tub for epoxy primer then Raptor liner. My paint supply mixed up my original color (less binders) to add to raptor liner. Hopefully with all this time off you would of thought I could had this done by now. A little more prep and I'll be ready to go!

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Looking good Bub.. won't be long now

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Old 04/22/20, 05:10 PM   #63
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Looking good Bub.. won't be long now
Thanks, unfortunately time is on my side now! I have no excuse not to be further along.
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Old 05/04/20, 02:39 PM   #64
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Epoxy Primer time!!! Raptor Epoxy Primer before I Raptor line the front clip with color matching liner (S code) First coat on I will let sit overnight then seam seal any areas that may need it. Than hit it with another coat or two. Then hopefully a very light coat of Raptor liner in color match. Couple little runs here and there I'll take care of those before I re-shoot the primer.
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Old 05/06/20, 08:27 AM   #65
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Thanks, unfortunately time is on my side now! I have no excuse not to be further along.
make it happen

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Old 05/06/20, 11:51 AM   #66
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good stuff there
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Old 05/07/20, 06:03 AM   #67
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Looking good!

1977 Bronco with 302 Bored .030 over & Towing cam. C4 Auto, 2" Suspension lift, 3" body lift 35 x 12.5 x 15 Dick Cepek tires on Ultra Rims Full fiberglass body & family cage
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I was under the impression the seam seal went on then the epoxy primer.

Is it better to shoot the epoxy then add seam seal?

I'm asking because I'm helping a neighbor do a gen1 Toyota and hopefully putting epoxy on this weekend.

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It depends on type of seam sealer your using. Than you would also want to get epoxy primer in all the crack and crevasses before covering with seam sealer.
Looking very good BroncBuB

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It depends on type of seam sealer your using. Than you would also want to get epoxy primer in all the crack and crevasses before covering with seam sealer.
Looking very good BroncBuB
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Old 08/19/20, 12:47 PM   #71
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Put doors, fenders and grill on then I'll add the hood and tailgate for final fitment. Gaps look real good and body lines seem to be pretty straight. Than tear down and start sanding and priming. Raptor line color match inner engine bay and floors. Underside will also be raptor lined with the brown primer look. Things starting to flow a lot better now. Even thru in the carpet and door panel for motivation.

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Figure you'll get it all done this year? W/all this damn shut down, makes for a lot of time for some, depending on your profession.

Keep plugging away Bub..

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Figure you'll get it all done this year? W/all this damn shut down, makes for a lot of time for some, depending on your profession.

Keep plugging away Bub..
If I keep "plugging" at it as I am doing now, It will be close. It's just so darn hot to be in the garage in the middle of the day with no A/C...I started back to work about a month ago, work nights and have 4-6 hours a day to work on her.
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Still rolling.........Drivers door sanded to metal, fenders are in the same process. Epoxy primer to follow.
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After sanding the fenders down I realized they wouldn't do for my restoration. To get them to fit right I would need to cut some welds out and reposition and re-weld. Also they had some pitting I wasn't happy with. So I ordered new from Dennis Carpenter the Un-assembled fenders = Mounting Brackets are Loose
Allows for better body panel alignment & adjustment.

Get this the shipping for these were $14.99 the assembled fenders were $250 freight. Go figure.
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