Discussion in 'Chevy Truck Talk & GM News' started by devilsalmostfree, Feb 28, 2010.
It's looking pretty awesome. Did you have to use an actual buffing tool for the sealant?
Since I have 250 miles on the new crate engine I dropped in a few weeks ago, I decided it was time to tackle the paint and rust on my 89 Burb.
So yesterday I got the grinder out and started attacking the typical rust spots on the fenders.
All I've done so far is take the chrome trim piece for the wheel well off the pass side fender (had to grind the heads of the screws off because they were rusted in there) and sand down as much of the rust as possible. Then I hit it with some rust inhibitor and sanded a bit more. Last thing I did today was lay a bit of bondo down on the offending areas. So tomorrow I'll do some more sanding and more thin layers of bondo and more sanding until I'm satisfied. Then I'll move on to the next fender.....And so on and so on and.........
Yes I did use a buffing tool... But it can be applied by hand too.
Use my truck to take my 300 pieces of my bike iwrecked last wekend from my dads shop to my house to start to try and rebuild. Oh and I got an air fresher
got a flowmaster 40 welded in, and did a wash and vac job. exhaust sounds pretty nice now.
well..... went for a cruse and did a monster rolling burnout by the GFs house
Got my flow master 40s on my truck... Sounds pretty good. Next up is body work!! ...when I get some time and money lol
Washed the truck went for a little drive then decided to take off a little dealer sticker and also the flexfuel badge...looks alot better now, thinking about taking the silverado and lt off maybe now.... not too sure though haha.
Nice looking truck!!
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Can't wait to hear them!! Must sound pretty bad-*** !!!
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