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Old 03-24-2006, 02:10 PM   #1
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1988 29' Excella
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How much POR-15 for a 20' Globetrotter

That stuff is so expensive, I don't want to buy too much.

Update: I have rebuilt my B/W tank using ABS plastic, fiberglass and epoxies. No leaks and best of all no $500 for a new tank.
I am in the process of rebuilding (or having built) my b/w tank pan. I should get it back in the next couple of weeks and then it is welding my frame and then rebuild.

Fun Fun

What's sad? My parents talking about how they are going to the first AS Rally of the year next week and I have to stay home. Then they are off to Myrtle Beach for the Region Rally and I'm still stuck at home "restoring". My time will come.

Good to be back
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Old 03-24-2006, 02:17 PM   #2
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Depends on what you are painting. If you doing a full frame restoration, get at least 2 quarts. If you're just painting the tongue, a pint might be enough.

Don't order too much. It doesn't store well. They can normally deliver in a couple of days.

The quart cans are really hard to open. I like the small 4 oz cans for ease of use.
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