If it were me I would have sandblasted down to bare metal and just used epoxy primer without the Ospho. Since you have it on there all you need to do is wire brush it off and blow the residue off with a air hose and then prime with epoxy primer on the body and sheetmetal. Just get a data sheet on whatever primer you use and stick with the directions. Epoxy primers have a recoat window you will need to pay attention to, but the Dupont epoxy primer gives you 72 hours to topcoat.
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