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Inner fender treatment
#1421321 Fri Aug 20 2021 11:50 PM
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Hey guys. So I’m trying to figure out what I want to do on my inner fenders and wheel side inner skirts. A couple of the fenders I’ve had sandblasted and they are bare right now while I repaired some rust spots. A couple of the fenders are new so they have the edp primer on them. Some of the chassis parts included the frame I’ve shot with PPG Deflfleet essential paint. So my question is what are you guys shooting in your inner fender areas? I believe the original was painted the body color. Are you guys painting like the original with the same body paint? Are you going black with a different paint or are you painting in some type of an under coating? I like the idea of an undercoating or something like that for paint chips from rocks. I’m going to be shooting the truck with Deltron, which is kind of pricey, so if I can do inner fenders with something else that would be great and get away with only one gallon of deltron. Thanks for any thoughts.

Adam


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Re: Inner fender treatment
Adamg #1421354 Sat Aug 21 2021 04:01 AM
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The answers to all of your questions are yes, or no, depending upon what year truck you are working on.

Re: Inner fender treatment
Adamg #1421371 Sat Aug 21 2021 12:45 PM
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Well it’s a 54’ 3100


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Re: Inner fender treatment
Adamg #1421377 Sat Aug 21 2021 02:13 PM
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I painted the inner fenders on mine with epoxy primer and then 3 coats of satin black rustoleum. Looks good. John


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Re: Inner fender treatment
Johnny N #1421379 Sat Aug 21 2021 02:18 PM
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Originally Posted by Johnny N
I painted the inner fenders on mine with epoxy primer and then 3 coats of satin black rustoleum. Looks good. John
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I only use epoxy primer followed by one coat of satin/semi-gloss epoxy black.


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