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chris63

Boat trailer painter?

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Can anyone recommend a good one?c63

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I am going to have my tandum trailer done in a few weeks at a local auto body shop. I am going to remove all the lights, bunk boards and fenders prior to bringing it over. He will be sandblasting and repainting the entire trailer for a little over $200 bills.

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You probably have higher aesthetic standards than me, but I painted the trailer for my 14' aluminum boat by masking it carefully, then using brush-on glossy gray Rustoleum paint.It came out very nice. There are some brush strokes visible if you look close, but it's really a good result. It doesn't look tacky or cheap. A quart and a half got me two coats.

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I did one with bedliner paint, tough as heck and it was the end of the rock chips.

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Oop,....sorry about that last post. I have seen some work done by powder werks in Lake Crystal, and know some happy customers.

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