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Quick Question,
I just wire wheeled both sides of my 94 and found nice rust deposits on the rocker panels right by the weld seams.
Question is would you cut it all out, bondo, sand and paint,
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whire wheel, primer and paint??
This seems like a bad place to cut seeing that it is right at a weld,
So what did/would you do?
I attached a pic of the spot and my very own monster garage. :D


 

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Well there is prob a lot more in the rocker about to rear its ugly face. Peter (Nyce26) had his rockers replaced. You may want to ask him about it.
 

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but in the meantime you can go to a body shop paint supplier and there is primer you can buy that kills rust, that is the first thing I did for the 510 when I bought it, and it works pretty well, and it really does make the rust quit rotting away :)
 

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brian said:
but in the meantime you can go to a body shop paint supplier and there is primer you can buy that kills rust, that is the first thing I did for the 510 when I bought it, and it works pretty well, and it really does make the rust quit rotting away :)
Do you know what it is called?
Right now I bandaided it with Rustoleum Professional primer and paint--
I sure could use the rust kill thing though,
seems like i may have a primer se-r soon :mad:
 

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I don't really recall what it is called, but if you walk in to a paint supplier they will know exactally what you are talking about (or they should anyway)
 
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