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Old June 1st, 2012, 06:33 PM   #1
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im going to be attempting to weld the framehead on next week and after im done I would like to do the whole chassis with a rust preventer. Would por 15 do the trick or is there something better for the same price out there?
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Masterseries from chuck a member here. Easier to apply as well
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Old June 2nd, 2012, 11:01 AM   #3
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Master Series for sure...it's awesome and cheaper!
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masterseries>all
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Move out west and you won't have to worry about rust!
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Old June 2nd, 2012, 05:49 PM   #6
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+1 for masterseries

I used it on a '64 bug pan I built a few years back. I sold the car but I saw it about a year ago and the pan still looked new.

Hell, why not post the pics one more time!!

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I didn't have to but I went ahead and did two coats of black on the top and bottom as well



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I will use it again when I build another bug. I may spray the bottom of my westy. One thing, try not to get any in your threaded holes. I had to run a tap in all my threaded holes.
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How much for a clean rolling pan in florida. I have to many bad ideas in my head still.
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How much for a clean rolling pan in florida. I have to many bad ideas in my head still.
That pan went with the car when I sold it. Not too many clean pans around here...we have saltwater on three sides of us and swamp in the middle. The majority of VWs here need at least pan halves and most need heater channels, frameheads, etc. Buses need the lower 6" replaced.
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