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  1. Khuotakharma

    Khuotakharma Well-Known Member

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    Hello e buddies... anyone know a way to simulate the heavy factory undercoating? Almost looks like hard dried roof tar. ????

    Thanks
     
  2. 69hemibeep

    69hemibeep Well-Known Member

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  3. Khuotakharma

    Khuotakharma Well-Known Member

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    Thanks so much. I only need a little so the quart should do. I was thinking about trying roof tar.
     
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    Please do not use roof tar! That stuff is nasty. It belongs on a roof not your mopar! Try what 69hemibeep recommended.

     
  5. michael bucklew

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    go to Eastwood--sells rattle can underbody
     
  6. Jimmyspeed59

    Jimmyspeed59 Well-Known Member

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    I used raptor lining. Lay it as thick as you want. Dries hard not soft and gooey.
     
  7. 70SunFun

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    If you can search on your TV for Graveyard Carz, there was an episode from this season that even showed how/where to undercoat. I can't recall if they mentioned the brand that they used but Mark Worman had the original factory books with sketches of the factory undercoating. Good luck!