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... cause I didnt get it anywhere but where it was intended. I took the day to coat the inside of the fender I stripped undercoating off of the other day. I think it ended up very nicely!

http://mywebpages.comcast.net/jcmeyer5/bodywork/pictures/fender3.jpg

ITS BLACK!! /forums/images/icons/smile.gif
 

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Obviously your method was completely wrong. If none of the POR-15 wound up in your hair or on your hands or anywhere on your skin, then the job must have been a total failure and will result in the down fall of the American government. *G*

Looks like a great job

Come on, we know you got some of the POR-15 somewhere were it's not suppose to be????

Dave
 

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Looks great Jim..nice and black..*LOL*
for a lack of anything else to say..*LOL*
 

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For a comprehensive look at the work I accomplished today, check here.

After careful consideration, I have concluded that rubberized undercoating is crap. It protected nothing. The only reason the underside fo the fenders were protected is because they were painted... no other reason.
 

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hmmm

If you need some patch material for your trunk floor let me know

Just cover the shipping

regards
Roberto
 
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