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Discussion in 'Pacific Region' started by k5blazerus, Jul 19, 2002.
Here are some pictures of my hurculiner project.
linky no worky...
try that one
now it works /forums/images/icons/smile.gif looking good /forums/images/icons/smile.gif
How difficult was teh prep work????
it looks like you wore through it on the frivers side floor???? /forums/images/icons/shocked.gif /forums/images/icons/shocked.gif /forums/images/icons/shocked.gif /forums/images/icons/shocked.gif
did you ? /forums/images/icons/mad.gif
No its not wore through its just dirt. I dont think it will for a long time. I caked the stuff on there pretty thick.
The prep work was not so bad on the lower part of the truck that went smooth. The inside sucked and it took awhile to clean all the dirt out of the cab and to do the final prep work on it but it was worth it. so far so good.
about the prep work...
what steps did you take to prep the areas to be covered.. what did you use to rough the surface till it's dull or did you go to metal or what?
I'm gonna be doing htis very soon!!!
Yeah me too...was there any sanding or scuffing that had to be done first for this stuff to stick. How thick did you put it on?
Well I basically just ruffed it up with 80 grit sand paper . Then I sprayed the cab out with water let it dry and then I took a scotch brite pad with some High quility dirt,wax,grease cleaner and ruffed it up some more then I let it dry. then I made shure it was dirt free and I started to hurculiner it. ITs pretty strait forward. I did 3 layers thick and It pretty thick and it dose not event need to be that thick But I just did it for the hell of it. .
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