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Post by stang87gt on May 9th 2011, 8:23 pm

I have been researching this for a few months and found this site a few days ago, I must good work to all!

I have a 1987 Mustang gt that I have currently started, I am not looking for perfection because 1. I drive this car daily at the moment, (my 2005 vw took a crap and need a new head), 2. my wife and I work different shifts most of the time and we have an 11 month old daughter so my time is limited.

I have a question my paint on my fenders was peeling extremly bad so I figured I would get some primer on it however the filler primer is not building enough to fill it in like i thought, should I get some glazing and spot putty to fill these in until level or will the primer eventually fill it in enough?





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Post by retired plumber on May 9th 2011, 11:49 pm

Filler primer is really not ment to fill large areas. A skim coat of glaze would probably be best for that. Personally I (depending on the severity) sand down to the primer in the large areas and spot glaze the smaller ones.
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