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Epoxy Primer

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Hobo,NC

03-05-2009 19:09:10
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I have some new 6 loop rims,,,, two 9X28 and tow 12X28. I am going to paint them so as to have a better paint on them than what came on'em

I have most of a gal. of 2 part epoxy primer I used on the last set but stripped them to bare metal,,, they were used Hat rims

Can you spray Epoxy primer over paint if you scuff up the paint,,, I figger to epoxy the hole rim,,, paint the silver and leave the part were the tire/tube fits in just epoxy primer

Spose to warm the week end and wanna spray some paint :lol:
This is the last set I did but remember I stripped them to bear metal

http://www.ytmag.com/cgi-bin/viewit.cgi?bd=nboard&th=648559

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Hobo,NC

03-08-2009 08:06:41
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 Re: Epoxy Primer in reply to PhilC, 03-05-2009 19:09:10  

GlenIdaho said: (quoted from post at 04:41:03 03/08/09) Hey Hobo;

Your rims look great. Looks like some good ol'American ingenuity was used to hang em. Nice job!


Spraying silver (color is "white Oliver" from NAPA M/S its a single stage Urethane)) is a EZ to spray over gray primer,,, its the best match for cadmium plating I have ran across,,, its so EZ to get a good Finnish even a cave man could do it,,, I have yet to try a HVLP gun,,, my old Bink's is just plan hard to beat (I won it at a paint clinic some 30 years ago) At that time I was using a Sharp,,, tried the Bink's and never looked back

My dad died in 1990, he was a Tool and die maker and body work was his hobby,,, I still believe to this day paint'n did him in so thats one reason I quit after his death,,, I Luv to paint but don't like git'n the parts ready to paint :lol:

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Hobo,NC

03-07-2009 16:44:38
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 Re: Epoxy Primer in reply to Hobo,NC, 03-05-2009 19:09:10  
OK this is how I hung'em



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JMS/MN

03-12-2009 10:09:19
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 Re: Epoxy Primer in reply to Hobo,NC, 03-07-2009 16:44:38  
How about using a bolt/hook in the tire valve hole?



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GlenIdaho

03-07-2009 19:41:03
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 Re: Epoxy Primer in reply to Hobo,NC, 03-07-2009 16:44:38  
Hey Hobo;

Your rims look great. Looks like some good ol'American ingenuity was used to hang em. Nice job!



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Hobo,NC

03-06-2009 19:48:31
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 Re: Epoxy Primer in reply to Hobo,NC, 03-05-2009 19:09:10  
I think I have 4 spare centers so mite bolt them on so as to have something to hang the rim to,,, I did have some Ferguson/600 scallop centers but sold them,,, they would have been perfect

Worst case i will fab something to the loops,,, I have to get some wheels on a few tractor,,, they are sorta had to work on wheel less :lol:
This post was edited by Hobo,NC at 19:50:50 03/06/09.

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Hobo,NC

03-06-2009 19:36:04
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 Re: Epoxy Primer in reply to CNKS, 03-05-2009 19:09:10  
I was going to prim the inside and out side at the same time. Once I have them primed and the primer is set up I spec i could roll the bead side on rollers. How long does it take the epoxy primer to set up to were it will B ok to roll the rim on the inside primer. I don't plan to paint a finish coat on the bead side.

I spec I could prime the bead side and let the primer harden then prime the loop side and apply the Finnish coat

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Bob in Mi.

03-06-2009 19:16:50
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 Re: Epoxy Primer in reply to Hobo,NC, 03-05-2009 19:09:10  
Come on guys this one is to easy. 4 non-pivoting casters placed to run against an inner bead on each side, spaced front to back to keep rim from toucing. This way you can rotate the rim, painting all the inner rim and the sealing bead all at the same time. Grab rim by drop center and set on 4X6 or 4X8. If ... you get a run, you only need to rotate the rim to help eqilize the run. No rocket science here, even can make adjustable for different size rims.

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Hobo,NC

03-06-2009 18:41:42
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 Re: Epoxy Primer in reply to glennster, 03-05-2009 19:09:10  
Got every thing scuffed and ready to paint,,, my next problem any ideas

http://ytforums.ytmag.com/viewtopic.php?p=2343528#2343528



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GlenIdaho

03-06-2009 18:49:12
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 Re: Epoxy Primer in reply to Hobo,NC, 03-06-2009 18:41:42  
Hey Hobo;

That is a very good question. I recall Soundguy or one of the others talking about a similar problem. I'll have to search the archives. Any way to install the center and hang the wheel from it?



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GlenIdaho

03-05-2009 22:30:07
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 Re: Epoxy Primer in reply to Hobo,NC, 03-05-2009 19:09:10  
Hobo;

You can spray epoxy over existing paint. Just as you said, scuff it up. Nice job on the rims.



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