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Old 09-30-2010, 01:16 PM
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Anyone POR15 or Rust Bullet their Rides?

Looking to see if anyone has applied POR15 or Rust Bullet products to their Ludes and how did it turn out? I am considering Rust Bullet'in my Lude as I am starting to see some rust developing in the normal areas ALL Honda's are famous for as well as some under body areas. Just would like to know how it went and if there was alot of prep work. Also is it holding up like "they" claim?
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Re: Anyone POR15 or Rust Bullet their Rides?

Have no idea, never heard of the stuff.

How bad is your rust? Do you have holes in the metal yet? If its just surface rust, I would remove those rubber things on the back side of the wheel wells where the quarterpanel or fender is rolled back towards the tire, thats a huge area that rubber holds moisture there and will rust there in time I recommend if its surface rust only remove the rubber, find some light grid sandpaper then get it down to wet sanding then hit it with primer filler let dry a day or so then wet sand that let dry then if you have the factory color replia color or whatever its called will have a can of that paint. Can't just start spraying, go light coats until your satisfied with the shade then let dry, once dry hit it will some good clearcoat. Once the clearcoat is good and dry , wet sand then polish, good as new. Then replace the rubber after cleaning the inside crease of course.

I will try to look that stuff up and see what its all about.
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