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Discussion in '1973-1991 K5 Blazer | Truck | Suburban' started by Eric M., Jul 5, 2002.
What is POR? I thought it was the Pirate 4x4 bullitin board, but apparently, I'm wrong.
and yes it also means pirates4x4 as they used to be called
but that is the club name and the website went beyond the club a bit
what mj said /forums/images/icons/grin.gif
Here's their website (the paint over rust): POR-15
Speaking of POR-15, that stuff is terrible. It's peeled off everything I've used it on. Anyone else?
Had no problem with it. Needs to be prepped right, using their stuff. Doesn't adhere to paint, only metal.
There are two ways of referring to the pirate4x4.com.
One is PBB and the other POR. I go by POR.
I don't see too many people saying POR to the undercoating stuff unless they add the 15 after it.
So don't confuse POR for POR-15. Most of us say POR is the PBB site. /forums/images/icons/wink.gif
never had a problem with POR-15. You just need to follow directions Exactly for best results. I tried cutting some steps too. Like not cleaning the surface. Or not applying multiple coats. I learned the hard way!
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Never had a problem with it. You must have not cleaned the surface well enuff.
They have, or had, a road rally in Michigan with POR initials. Stood for Press-On-Regardless.
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