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Re: 20 + 5 goosneck trailer in the near future

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03-14-2014 03:55:17

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Powder coat does not work well on a trailer. That said, I have managed to keep mine from getting too bad with phosphoric acid. It will penetrate under the plastic where it has started to separate, and stop the rust. Then a little black paint over it will seal it.

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03-14-2014 05:57:39

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 Re: 20 + 5 goosneck trailer in the near future in reply to showcrop, 03-14-2014 03:55:17  
What brand of trailer do you have and how long before it started to rust out? The trailers I own now are all enamel painted and have fared OK over the years being that they sit out 24-7. I see more and more trailers, including some premium brands, that are powder coated but I hear if the trailer flexes the powder coat cracks.

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03-14-2014 13:40:52

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 Re: 20 + 5 goosneck trailer in the near future in reply to prawn farmer, 03-14-2014 05:57:39  
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I wouldn't say that the powder coat on my PJ cracks where it flexes it is mainly just scratches and corners where the coating was apparently a little thin. Mine is probably '05 or'06 and it still looks good but I keep after it.

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