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Old 06-25-2005, 01:10 PM
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Project progress update!

Frame is painted!! Just wanting to share in the progress of my truck, which is quickly becoming an obsession I'm thinking a second coat of paint, at least on the outside, but that'll be later in the week, once the rain passes. How's yall's stuff comin' along?

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looks nice and shiny, makes me envious when i look at mine
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Steve,

The frame looks really good. What type of paint did you use?
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looks awesome... keep us updated with progress on this one...I can't wait to see the developments
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Thanks guys I will try and post the biggest updates, as they happen. . .which since school starts in about 6 weeks, might be too many The paint is Sherwin Williams Industrial Enamel. Nice and thick, flows out very well. Takes forever to fully harden though. . .
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wow... looks great. i would love to do that to my 87..
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You might be surprised at how much can be done paint wise while your body is still on Just another quicky update. Got my "cust-o-mized" spring packs done, and slung. Some other parts painted and bolted on. Almost ready to sling my front axle under there hehe, and then I can roll it into the back yard so it can sit while I catch up on everything I have neglected to this point



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