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two hvlp develbliss topfeed guns and gallon of evercoat slick sand.
will i need two gallons i plan on primering it once then going over and blocking it an dfilling more with spot putty here and there. and spaying it again. keep in mind this truck drives everyday and will be doing this on the weekend. i know i cant spray and sand then drive. i have to full spray then drive. if youknow what i mean.

so how much primer do i need and does anybody have any pointers. im going to do this in my garage with vizqueen and wet it all down before i spray. my friends dad custom shop is spraying it for me.
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It took me one gallon of primer and I sprayed the fenders and hood an extra 2 times. I hear that Slicksand is pretty good. Btw, nice truck bro!

Im' in the same boat as you. Daily driver, needs paint, only one night and two full days to work on it tops. Can be tough, but I've been doing it in pieces. Bed primed, then painted. Front end primed, then painted, now the cab needs it. Splitting it up made it easier, but also the paint I'm using is much less likely to have color differentiations between panels.
 
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