Discussion in 'Color is everything!' started by scubasteve455, Jul 18, 2020.
Here in Pgh Pa. For some reason. Dump more rock salt than anywhere in the U.S.A.
So i decided to get a Pint of Engine High Heat enamel (KBS) in CAT Diesel color. I’m tired of all the Aluminum getting destroyed. By the way. I ain’t ever seen the underside of a truck and frame. Painted so perfectly. I mean everything. very impressed. We also Bought a New 2020 Chevy tilt Bed. ( International ) With the Diesel in it. That vehicle too. Has an extremely nice painted frame. They are finally
figuring it out. Quality is everything. Hopefully no more rotted out frames.
They gave me an etch spray (zinc acid) Sprayed it for 30 min. Then rinsed off good. With water. Then painted. Sure opened up that Aluminum. The system seemed to work Good. KBS. So if you guys are looking for engine enamel. I like it. It was thick.
They gave me reducer. But i did not thin to much.
Now off to Ziebart. And LineX.
Wow. That may be a game changer - It's an F-250? I always thought GM made a mistake not going w/CAT Power back in '01. CAT/Allison would've been tough to beat from a marketing & maybe a performance standpoint.
You may want to rethink your front lift point in the first picture.
I think he just got after it with yellow paint..
KBS also offers engine paint kits in Buick Red and Buick Green:
Bob lil shaky. But it worked
It’s all about the weight transfer. Front heavy son’s a bitch
its ifs front would die a horrible death from the weight of it. the duramax does bad enough on it. i changed pitman arms almost as much as i changed oil.