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post #1 of 7 Old 08-26-2012, 12:52 PM Thread Starter
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Rebuild Progress

I am now about 6 weeks into the rebuild so far here is the progress.

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Used Bed to replace my existing bed.....bad dents and rust from water softener chemicals.


Painted Frame with Por-15


Body work done and primed


Hood Painted


Door Handles Painted and sealed

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Mods: 07 front end- 07 front&rear tough country bumpers linex- 08 mirrors power fold- replacement bed and 2010 tailgate- new paint-new leather interior- new steering wheel- 05 folding rear seat-35 10.5 20 Toyo PT and 20" Krunk Fuel Rims- AMP Research Steps- Rancho 9000 shocks- New HUBs - Ball Joints - Draglink- Track Bar- Sway Bar End Links-
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Nice. Did you just use the regular por 15? Looks good

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Nice. Did you just use the regular por 15? Looks good
yes, with the top coat....Thanks...

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yes, with the top coat....Thanks...
Cool, thanks! Been a few years since ive used the stuff and couldnt remember.

Did you spray it on? Brush, or roll it?

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spray and brush....

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Looks awesome. I too just did this (Por 15 frame) Check out my thread Project Tactical Mulisha.
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Also forgot to mention it is worth keeping a little extra POR 15 for restoring the oil pan. Big PITA but worth it. Took about 6 hours for me to do mine start to finish.
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