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THE REBUILD - The tear down and frame prep.wmv

This is the rebuild of my 1979 ford F250 which I am the soul owener I bought the truck new in 79 it's original colors are candy apple red and wimbildon white. The blue ford in the vidio is a donor truck, all that is beening used is the frame. All the work so far is done mainly by me, except the sandblasting and painting of the frame. Iam only at the rolling chassie stage as of now, but be patient more to come , and by the way FORD stands for FOR ONLY REAL DRIVERS. BE cool. Ps yes it is only 2 wheel drive, but it has never let me down. There is another vidio called The rebirth. wmv, which'.s shows the complete rolling chassis . Please Comment


 


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1978 Chevy Truck Frame Painted With POR-15
As a part of hotrodding my latest truck project I've removed all the old paint and rust off the front frame rails and crossmembers using a wire brush cup wheel on a Peanut Grinder. Next I sprayed the entire front end down with Easy Off Oven Cleaner and scrubbed it in really well and then rinsed everything off with water. Next I sprayed the entire front portion of the frame down with the POR-15 "Prep Ready" to etch the metal and prepare it for the POR-15. After this step I again washed all the residue off and then dried the frame till it was bone-dry using a Metro-Vac MetroBlaster SideKick to use air to blast out all the water. Metal has to be bone dry before applying POR-15 Paint. After the frame was completely dried I applied the POR-15 using a quality paint brush and the results came out awesome! The front part of the frame looks better then new and it will never rust, at least not in my lifetime. -Mike Phillips





The Dustless Blasting Difference
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How to create a section of frame rail
Welding a section of frame rail





Building a '57 Dodge streetrod pickup part 2
This is part 2 of my street rod project. A '57 Dodge PU on a '97 Dakota frame. Music courtesy of my son Sam Crawford





Welding Chassis.
Chassis construction. The sparks are flying :-)





Riverside sandblasting '69 Shelby GT500 and '69 Mustang
AZ Mustang 351 four speed and Shelby GT500 428 four speed NJ car getting sandblasted by Hanco mobile at Riverside Restorations in Manotick.





Frame Twister :: Joe
Joe fixing a badly twisted frame. Each of those chains has the ability of putting 100 tons of pull force where the technician places it.





How To Repair a Rusted out Frame (partial).wmv
How to Repair a Rusted out Frame. Demo done on a 65 Chevy Impala. In this repair if done right , you will not be able to see the repair. Most of the Repair is done on the inside. This s Part 3 of a complete video that is under production now. Do not try this at home unless you are an excellent welder ! Most states will not allow frame repairs at all. Actually this frame should of really been scraped.





Dustless Blasting Strips a '63 Impala in Under 1 Hour!
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1942 Willys jeep Chads rebuild project.
This is our old 1942 Willys Jeep undergoing a super transformation by my son Chad. When its all finished it will be/look good as new. So far every part has been disasembled, cleaned and inspected and if up to specifications reused; otherwise new parts are used.





After Blast - Clean & Etch Metal after Soda or Abrasive Blasting from Eastwood
For more info and to purchase: http://www.eastwood.com/eastwood-afterblast.html?utm_source=Youtube&utm_med ium=Annotation&utm_content=After%20Blast&utm_campaign=2010-05-27 A great solution for properly prepping your project for primer, paint, powder, or any other coating. Use "After Blast" after blasting or sanding metal, then paint, prime or powder-coat After Blast cleans, degreases and etches just-blasted or newly-sanded metal to improve adhesion for painting, priming or powder-coating. Spray, wipe and repeat until clean Aqueous cleaners and phosphoric acid clean and etch the metal Zinc phosphate coating improves paint, primer or powder adhesion Also protects against flash corrosion





How to repair a rusted out frame





Jimenez Bros Customs / How to installl 2 link / suspension PART 2
This is our 2 link kit we make for 1947-59 Chevy trucks.. we also carry Ford and Merc kits . For more info call 951 781 1268 .WWW.JIMENEZBROSCUSTOMS.COM Selling , Classic Performance Products, ACCUAIR, Fat Man Fabrications, And many more.





Chevy pickup restoration-cleaning up the frame rails





Applied Abrasive Blasting Equipment In Action
www.appliedpi.com - Applied Abrasive Blasting - Applied 40 Litre Blast Pot In Action - Blasting the bonnet of a vintage tractor, a tractor wheel and removing grafitti from a wall - www.appliedpi.com





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