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    A little rusty and have a sag to sand out but should be green tomorrow!!
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  • #2
    yay!
    sometimes if you see a sag before it cures you can chase it with a separate gun loaded with plain reducer....we keep such a gun handy.
    But, it doesn't always work. Once, tho, I chased a sag right off the edge of a panel and it was like it was never there

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    • #3
      good luck
      looking forward to seeing it green also
      keep the bugs out of it
      3 ~ Tudor's
      Henry Ford said
      "It's all nuts and bolts"


      Mitch's Auto Service ctr

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      • #4
        Well, since you are in Primer, don't you need to wait a day before block sanding and can remove that sag then?
        You wana look waaay far up da road and plan yer route because the brakes are far more of a suggestion than a command!

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        • #5
          Really with epoxy primer you have a 4-5 day window to shoot your base. After that you would scuff the surface first. I had this new gun all dialed in and of course you have to take it apart to clean so I'm back at square one on adjustments.

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