Internal Frame Coating

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  1. mk3ricks

    mk3ricks New Member

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    Been reading a lot about Eastwood Internal Frame Coating and I feel this is one of the better solutions I would try for hidden areas on my 75 Rally Sport, but they don't sell it in bulk. I was hoping to uses a better style applicator than a rattle can. I have to believe this product can be bought in bulk from another supplier anyone have any idea on where to get this type of product in quarts?
     
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    Chuck71RS Veteran Member Lifetime Gold Member

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    SEM makes an isolation product "RUST SHIELD" in quart and gallon but no info as to composition. https://www.semproducts.com/product/rust-shieldtm/28104

    I used the Eastwood Internal Frame Coating spray cans (3 maybe 4) With the 2 foot flexible tube w nozzle on the end, coated every bit of the frame interior. Gets easily through all curves. Without the flexible tube, I don't see how the areas beyond the curves can be coated
     
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    I have this in mind as an applicator for the internal frame and hidden areas .....all other areas have been treated with KBS RustSeal

    360-Sprayer.jpg
     
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    Where did you get that? Looks like something a Bug Exterminator would use.
     
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    Will the nozzle produce a 360 fan (the Eastwood conical nozzle does) Wonder if the inhibitor will plug up the end? Doesn't look flexible enough to go through the side of the frame so need at least 5 feet from the front and 5 from the rear.

    Seems like a lot of expense with unproven hardware when the Eastwood is proven product and application hardware.

    Hope it works out for you. Sometimes experimenting can be gratifying
     
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    The sprayer is something KBS Coating offers to apply there products, anyway I'm going to try to steer this back to the direction of the actual question.

    It's not the hardware I'm interested in but the Zinc Phosphate Sealant that prevents future corrosion. Eastwood used to have this in bulk but discontinued that product. My question is can anyone recommended a Zinc Phosphate coating in bulk (I really only need a quart)
    https://www.kbs-coatings.com/underseal-gun.html
     
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    Can you please send me a link to the 5ft hose and nozzle
    Thanks Mike
     
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    Chuck71RS Veteran Member Lifetime Gold Member

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    Was only posting distance if coating the frame through the front and back. Don't know where the needed hose can be obtained
     
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    a cavity wax from Dinitrol, wurth, Noxudol, 3M, or SEM would be better and most are available in 1qt or 4.2 qt cans
     
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