Great job overall but if your going to cut and buff the paint, wait for at least 2 weeks to make sure the paint fully cures.
That is not necessarily true, follow the tech sheets for the products you are using. There are products that allow a cut and buff within hours drying. There are products that will get as hard as a rock when waiting weeks and will make the job miserable trying to C&B.Great job overall but if your going to cut and buff the paint, wait for at least 2 weeks to make sure the paint fully cures.
oops yea thats rightnuh uh,get in line, i called it on page 1 lol
I have free deer meat for 3 months. He lives on a farm, he needed paint, and I needed food. Good trade. That equals out to 400 for those monthsyea thats how i did my truck pretty much. what did you charge him? haha
Hell right. lets goso lets go huntin on his place too lol
213.98 around that ballparkseems like a good trade, im guessing its costed about $300 for paint?
he has enough for his dad to paint their station wagon they got, since his dad cant use his truck on the farm anymore, they got a station wagon. HAHAHAHAHAyea thats not bad, i paid about 280 for my paint and have a shit ton left. maybe enough to paint a half a car.
thats the easy way out haha but great job on the truck manyou usually send the deer to a processor and they strip and cut the meat and package it for ya