quote:Originally posted by Rob Borruso:
I host my photos on a godaddy storage site, and use the insert photo button above the text box in the message window (button between the envelope and the film strip). You can line up as many as you like... (or ..at least I haven't hit a limit yet.. ) After I insert the first with the menu bar tool, I actually then copy/paste the text, and just update the photo number to save time.
Yes... I think I shed about 10lbs off of her already. The paint on the hood alone was probably 1/16" thick. The hood actually feels lighter now when I open it. It was so hard that I had to use an angle grinder to get it off. Unlike the scraping process...the hood took me half of Sunday....
Thanks Tim... appreciate it. Let's see....stay tuned
Doug, I was thinking the same about the Featherfill. It's the only material I could think of to create such a material build. Who knows.... I do know however that it is not body filler. I thought for sure it had to be, so I carefully looked at the cross section. It's the same material all the way through. Crazy man...crazy... lol
Anyway, got the hood done. Unfortunately it took longer than it should, as my compressor couldn't keep up. Seems I need to rebuild it. Can't really complain I guess, it's given me 13yrs of hard labor. Rebuild kit on order, should be here for the weekend. Only real down side is I will have to spend valuable garage time working on equipment rather then 6001. errrgh
I have never seen paint that thick. Ever.
I suspect that you are going to use a lot of primer/filler and have lots of blocking to do on it.
The point of that process is to take the little ripples out of the sheet metal. You use a lot of primer but most of it gets sanded off in the process.
Use as long of a sanding block as practical and use long strokes and lots of water.
Pay lots of attention to what you are doing and it will come out great.