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kirkland2887
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gettin started

Postby kirkland2887 » Tue Jun 03, 2014 6:59 pm

started doing body work on her. still savin up to do motor swap. sand paper and primer are pretty cheep so i thought i would start on the cosmetics. all the prep work sure is harder than they make it look on tv.

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tekatlarge
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Re: gettin started

Postby tekatlarge » Tue Jun 03, 2014 9:25 pm

Oh it definitely looks tons easier on TV.:flipoff: The Key to a great paint job is all in the preparation of the surface. :idea: Take your time and make it look like you want it. It is possible to paint a outstanding paint job at home. :D

When doing a paint job I prefer to go all the way to bare steel and strip all traces of the previous finish. I do that because I have found if you start with a clean slate it is easier to make it come out like you want.

Good luck on the project and let us know how your progressing. :cool:
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James97
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Re: gettin started

Postby James97 » Sun Feb 08, 2015 7:58 pm

Hey I'm new to this online stuff and was wonderIng
If someone could explain to me wat this site is about

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tekatlarge
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Re: gettin started

Postby tekatlarge » Tue Feb 10, 2015 11:29 am

This place is all about Ford Rangers and bronco II's Buying, selling, fixing, building on road and off road vehicles..
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