I personally think a epoxy primer is better but you will probably never have a problem with the urethane primer. In the event you would get a nick in the paint down to the metal the epoxy primer will keep the rust isolated to the nick where the urethane primer is more likely to allow rust to creep outward from the nick under the paint. The epoxy primer is also more chemical resistant so some oils like brake fluid won't lift the primer if you have a persistent leak at some time or another. The bottom line though is the painter is likely to have a better finished product if he uses products he is accustom to working with and likes. Automotive finishes have gotten more complex and each paint has its quirks so if you make the painter use something he has to read the instructions the overall paint job may suffer.
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