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Old 12-24-2013, 05:24 PM   #81
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mr05taco - you can check a Grainger store for the gallon can if you have one around you. They sell lots of industrial stuff, tools, etc. That's where I ended up getting mine here in northern VT. They also sell the spray cans too.

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Thanks man, I found one pretty close to me, I'm gonna go pick some up on thursday
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Old 12-24-2013, 05:28 PM   #82
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I was hesitant to order the pro kit from Kellsport, but I am so glad that I did. I only had a cheapo air compressor and wasn't sure how well it would work. I set my air pressure to around 80psi and it sprayed beautifully. The kit was super easy to use and I will continue to use it for years to come. I would recommend to order the extension wand too. I only used about a half a gallon to spray my frame. I will be hitting it again in the spring and I will order another gallon next fall. Good luck with whatever you decide.

One more thing, I live in upstate NY and my kit came in just a couple of days. I was surprised how fast the shipping was.
I think I'm gonna go with a gallon can and then I'll pick up a spray gun at home depot or something. Think a paint gun will work? This should be fun to do without a lift lol
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I think I'm gonna go with a gallon can and then I'll pick up a spray gun at home depot or something. Think a paint gun will work? This should be fun to do without a lift lol
If you have ramps and a creeper, it isn't too bad.
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Old 12-25-2013, 06:36 AM   #84
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Fluid Film Discount for Tacoma members

Tacoma members still get a discount on Fluid Film at kellsport products
Just enter voucher code "tacoma" at checkout.
This code gives a discount and free shipping on orders over $49.50.
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Thanks for all the help guys. I coated it about two months ago now. Should my frame still look "wet"? I feel like I should have went a little heavier
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I use a Wagner electric paint gun it makes a mist that pretty goes every where bottom line it works and works well. I spray every thing under the truck backing plates for the rear brakes any bolt that I may want to get off 5 years from now springs if it needs to move later in life it gets sprayed.
Is there any way you know of to use a Wagner electric paint gun to get the inside of the box frame that supports the motor and trans ?? Thanks for any reply.
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