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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 09-30-2010, 08:44 AM Thread Starter
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Hey guys, I bought my 06 660 about a month ago and have pulled it apart for paint.

First I Scuffed all the panels with a wet red scotch brite and scuffing paste.

Next I feathered out the smaller scratches with 320 and the bigger ones took a little putty.

I wiped them all down with wax and grease remover.

Then I used SEM's adhesion promoter.

You only have 30 minutes after you use the adhesion promoter, but then i primered all the pieces with Valspar's plastic primer.

Then i blocked it all out with 400 and then 600, I used a grey scotch brite for everything i couldn't get with the sandpaper.

Then I wiped it down again and sprayed my basecoat clearcoat.

I'm going to have to block the clearcoat with 800 and then do the flames and clearcoat.

then I'm going to block it again and stripe it and clear coat it and then cut and polish. These are the only pics I have right now.
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Scuffed ready to lay out flames
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You made A lot of extra work for yourself.. Unless they were trashed to begin with.. You can 800,grey and go to town..

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Its going to look good, keep us updated.
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You made A lot of extra work for yourself.. Unless they were trashed to begin with.. You can 800,grey and go to town..

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Are you still doing paint Tony?

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Yes, but not full-time.. I just thought of my best paint job last week(I think anyway)... Should be done for Halloween.

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Yeah I was going to just scuff them and shoot them but the hood and bedsides needed some work, deep scratches and everyone told me it would be better to primer all of the panels first so i just did it.
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Yeah I was going to just scuff them and shoot them but the hood and bedsides needed some work, deep scratches and everyone told me it would be better to primer all of the panels first so i just did it.
Tell em they are WRONG.. The rhino plastic is automotive quality pp grade. Only primer what you have to.. Lets see it done..

Good luck!!

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Looking good, pls update this thread when your all finished.

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Yeah I was going to just scuff them and shoot them but the hood and bedsides needed some work, deep scratches and everyone told me it would be better to primer all of the panels first so i just did it.
Tell em they are WRONG.. The rhino plastic is automotive quality pp grade. Only primer what you have to.. Lets see it done..

Good luck!!
Don;t mean to Hi-jack but what are your paint jobs going for now Tony? I'm still looking for something custom on my 9 pieces including roof.

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