View single post by Brett Gibson JH5 20497
 Posted: 11-20-2013 01:20 pm
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Brett Gibson JH5 20497


Joined: 03-17-2005
Location: Hilton, New York USA
Posts: 790
Have to go with Art on this, I painted mine inside as well as the jams so they would match when I paint the car off when it is together, (hopefully). I also took a gallon of rubberized roofing tar poured out some of the liquid that had seperated from sitting on the shelf, and replaced it with kerosene, mixed it up well and brushed it all over the inside of the fender a nice thick coat. Why kerosene ?? it allows the tar to dry faster so you do it one day and it's dry to the touch the next, once its bolted up and gaps adjusted I then go in and coat all the contact areas to seal them up as well.

Not saying this works for everyone but from prior experience it works for me.