Frame Touch Up

JrSyko

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The frame on my truck could use a little touch up "paint" in some spots to make it look new again. Nothing major, its only a 98 but just like to keep it looking disco...err...I mean nice. What do you guys recommend? Is some sort of rattle can best? If so what brands have you guys used? Any help would be appreciated. Thanks in advance!

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Hammerite rocks...its almost like a powdercoat

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michael_loomis

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travis , i've been using flat black rustoleum on my SONONO
 

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My whole rear frame and front and rear bumpers and cage is all blue hammerite. I like it it kinda looks like a marble finish. Only thing its like $6 a can! lol

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JrSyko

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Can I pick that up at Home Depot or at an auto store? I've never heard of it.

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JrSyko

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Can I pick that up at Home Depot or at an auto store? I've never heard of it.

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They even sell it in by the gallon.

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:( i work at Home Depot and i've never heard of it!! LOL oh well paints not my DEPT. im mr TOOL CORRAL !! i get to stare at all those damn lincoln welders all day!! oh well atleast i get to make key's for the occasional hottie.
 

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I like Rustoleum. Also a Home Depot buy.

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If you have access to a compressor and spray equipment, I would say use Dupont 99A Centari. It's a single stage acrylic enamel that works really well. Just add 8022S as a reducer, and 793S as activator and you are set. I've used it on my frame rails, bumpers, and inner fenders. Holds up well.
 
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