Hot!OFFICIAL NC FOOD TRUCK BUILD W/PICS

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Re:OFFICIAL NC FOOD TRUCK BUILD W/PICS 2013/11/30 01:48:22 (permalink)
I have read on the marine sites that paint won't stick well to 3M 5200/5220. If you did end up using that marine sealant for the holes in the walls of your truck, has it been able to maintain a coat of paint on it?

Another option I have found in my research was using vinyl mesh (made for window screens) on the bad side and making sure the Bondo is pressed well into the mesh.
Rwood74
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Re:OFFICIAL NC FOOD TRUCK BUILD W/PICS 2013/12/19 07:50:52 (permalink)
How do I measure and cut out a window? Any suggestions?  Thanks.
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Re:OFFICIAL NC FOOD TRUCK BUILD W/PICS 2013/12/19 10:58:20 (permalink)
With a tape measure and saw?
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Re:OFFICIAL NC FOOD TRUCK BUILD W/PICS 2013/12/19 11:31:54 (permalink)
chefbuba

With a tape measure and saw?

Exactly. 
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