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  1. CharlieLed
    12-18-2015 11:35 PM - permalink
    CharlieLed
    Justin,
    I assume that you are referring to the covers on the 460...those ARE rather hard to find these days especially in that condition. I found those years ago on ebay, while I haven't been looking for another pair I have to say I haven't stumbled across any either.
  2. Justin Webster
    12-18-2015 05:41 PM - permalink
    Justin Webster
    Charlie Sir,
    Hello.....Wondering about those older edelbrock valve covers you own.
    I'd like to find a pair.
  3. schoo
    11-17-2015 02:26 PM - permalink
    schoo
    thanks have the pads
  4. CharlieLed
    11-17-2015 12:31 PM - permalink
    CharlieLed
    KBS Rust Seal is already a super-paint, no further painting is necessary. What will be needed is some "tooth" for the bedliner to adhere to...I normally use a green scotchbrite pad to scuff the surface, then wipe down, and shoot the bedliner.
  5. schoo
    11-16-2015 09:57 PM - permalink
    schoo
    Hi Charlie have another ? About the KBS I'm using it on the underside of my fenders do I need to paint before I use a Berliner or can I go over the rust seal
    Thanks roy
  6. schoo
    09-30-2015 08:30 PM - permalink
    schoo
    Thanks charlie
  7. CharlieLed
    09-30-2015 03:40 PM - permalink
    CharlieLed
    I use 3M 8308 Heavy Bodied Seam Sealer. A little pricey but it is bulletproof.
  8. schoo
    09-30-2015 10:53 AM - permalink
    schoo
    Thanks Charlie another ? Seam sealer use after kbs
  9. CharlieLed
    09-28-2015 10:52 PM - permalink
    CharlieLed
    KBS recommends their "special" thinner...I use Xylene. It is readily available at most Lowes or Home Depot stores and it seems to work fine. I started using Xylene when I took some courses in fiberglass construction techniques, we used it to thin polyurethane resin...it dries slowly and gives the paint time to flow out nicely.
  10. schoo
    09-28-2015 07:26 PM - permalink
    schoo
    Charlie what are you using to thin kbs rust seal or are you thinning for spray
    thanks roy

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  • About CharlieLed
    Location
    El Cajon, CA
    2 Letter State/Province (use "--" for outside USA/
    CA
    Country
    USA
    Make
    Ford
    Model
    F-100
    Year
    1956
    Current Mileage
    Rather not say
    Miles per year
    Rather not say

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