>
> Forget the zinc chromate lacquer primer,
*** Will do. Am planning to prime with DPLF48 ( white epoxy primer ) and
topcoat with Durathane ( two-part urethane enamel ).

>
> Out of curiosity, does the repair preclude polishing your prop? I
> buffer-polished my Sierra's spinner fifteen years ago, and have maintained
> it with periodic hand polishing ever since (every few months or so). The
> polishing is actually less of a hassle than constant paint touch-ups.

*** Mike,

I used to have a polished Cessna 170. I pretty much got all the
polishing out of my system with that one . Maybe some day when I
get rich with a country estate and a hangar.

Also, the welds are a slightly different color than the base metal.

- Jerry "not rich" Kaidor ( jerry@tr2.com )




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