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Old 07-08-2007, 02:17 PM
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Por-15 results....

I finally did my oil pan with por 15.Not bad.Here are some before and after pics.

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Old 07-08-2007, 03:19 PM
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looks good. ...i got to do this before mine starts to rust...
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did my this weekend too, but my paint was black, wonder if that makes any difference, also watch out for the paint getting on your skin, it will burn you.
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The only difference,as I understand it,is the silver has some meatal flake in it,so you would use that if your pan Is pitted really bad.Read that in the instructions.
And nice job green,looks great and is effective.How can you ask for anything more

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did my this weekend too, but my paint was black, wonder if that makes any difference, also watch out for the paint getting on your skin, it will burn you.
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Thanks guys,it wasn't fun getting in the tight spots.Im just happy its done.
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Only a couple with skin still left lol.The worst was getting over the cross member,just a little tight.
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Thanks for sharing. You guys are gonna die laughing when you see my 'before' pics...it is bad. I'm afraid to even scrape any existing rust off.
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I found out about my rusted oil pan the hard way when I noticed an oil leak. At first I thought it was the oil plug washer so I replaced at the following oil change. Immediately after the leak was still present and upon closer examination I found the oil leak coming from the rear of the oil pan.

After draining the oil I used a small screwdriver to scrape the surface and went right though in one spot, Ouch!!!!

I tried all kinds of products unsucessfully but finally found a miracle patch kit for this exact purpose at our local Canadian Tire store. The kit is called "U-Fix-It" Heavy Duty Oil Pan/Cover Patch Kit supplied by XCel Manufacuturing Group in Windsor Ontario Canada.

The kit comes complete with sandpaper, a small fiberglass sheet and epoxy. The repair took less than 20 minutes and the truck was returned to service immediately. This product saved me from replacing the oil pan and has been in service for over 2 years now with no further problems.

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Thanks for the advice.I think a gas tank repair kit would basically be the same thing.See mo reason why it wouldnt work in extreme cases.Worth a shot anyway.If it doesnt work you still have to pull the pan.
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That looks great! I need to do mine soon. Did you use the metal-ready on their website or just the POR-15 paint? Just curiouse what results and steps people who have used with this product.
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if you get black you can paint your frame railsand drive train
did mine last year. looks nice



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That looks great! I need to do mine soon. Did you use the metal-ready on their website or just the POR-15 paint? Just curiouse what results and steps people who have used with this product.

yes,i did get the metal prep.Just buy it as a kit,has everything you need.
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Well my boss had a 95 bronco with a hole in its pan, I fixed it in the vehicle with a genny light can and jb qwik. Haha not sure how it will be on the long term, it was just a temporary fix. Worked at the time, and on the spot though. Sure was a convenient place to put the genny light can haha

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