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1965 F250’s Rejuvenation 02 Oct 2021 15:17 #226304

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He's probably not much good unless you live in Kalgoorlie.

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1965 F250’s Rejuvenation 02 Oct 2021 15:20 #226305

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Cobba, the bit that is going powdery is the cloth facing, it was apparently some "industrial" stuff when he sold it to me.
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1965 F250’s Rejuvenation 02 Oct 2021 20:59 #226319

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Next time you are looking for upholstery fabric ask about the marine grade stuff. It feels softer that the normal and is only slightly more pricey.
For body deadener I have used Ormanoid for years. Last time I even bought a spray gun off Fleabay to apply it and they work a treat and make sure you clean it up propely at the end of use and it will go again and again. With Ormanoid you can go crazy and mix other ingredients with it to make it more effective. If only for deadening then sprayin it straight on. For rust proofing a mate used 1/3 Ormanoid, 1/3 Lanolin, 1/3 Fish Oil. Yep it stank as he used the real smelly fish oil and it took a few days to stop dripping off from under his Land Rover Defender which spent most of its life doing beach work but it was hard to find any rust on it.
P.S. If going down the rust proofing road with this brew you had to heat the mixture up to get it all to blend together.
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1965 F250’s Rejuvenation 03 Oct 2021 18:29 #226333

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Cobbadog, I’ve already grabbed Septone body deadener otherwise I would have given Ormonoid a go. Just read up about it a bit. Seems that if you are sensible with it it’s a good option. Interesting that you can mix the other products with it also.
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1965 F250’s Rejuvenation 03 Oct 2021 21:26 #226334

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Ive been a big ormonoid user over the years, Ive found thinning it down with a bit of turps helps it go through the spraying device easier and also lay down a bit smoother.

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1965 F250’s Rejuvenation 03 Oct 2021 21:43 #226336

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The Septone products are usually pretty good so would not worry about brand name. thinning it down so it goesthrough the gun is sometmes required or a lot more air pressue which can kill the gun if not careful.
If you prefer it to not be thinned down you just need to heat it up a bit before spraying. Remember this stuff can be brushed on as well and if applied too thick it will run and drip all over the ground or what ever is beneath.
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1965 F250’s Rejuvenation 14 Oct 2021 21:25 #226743

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Cheers guys. Hoping to get back into it over the next couple weeks now life has settled back down. Fingers crossed I’ll
Have the under carriage sorted by the end of that time frame. Need to get that done so I can move on with everything else.
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