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Extreme Chassis Black Paint Aero Satin Finish With Epoxy is rated out of 5 by 14557.
Rated 1 out of 5 by Olds98 from Very Disappointed I bought 6 cans of extreme chassis paint with the expectation that the product was going to be more durable. I had thoroughly cleaned and prepared the chassis with primer and then applied the Extreme Chassis Black. It looked great initially but I was using my blow gun to dust off an area and the paint completed peeled off with no adhesion to the primer. I followed the directions and would not recommend this paint.
Date published: 2015-05-10
Rated 1 out of 5 by dads back from be bonding spayed over epoxy primer with in the 72 hour period and is pilling off in sheets , Didn't bond.
Date published: 2016-01-12
Rated 1 out of 5 by Craig49a from Disappointed Painted my new model a frame and chassis with extreme chassis black. I was very pleased with how it sprayed and the finish. I followed the directions taking three days to paint. The trouble came when assembling, the top coat doesn't seem to bond with the primer. Top coat flakes off, masking tape pulls paint right off.
Date published: 2016-10-16
Rated 1 out of 5 by oldbettles from Upsetting results Sandblasted frame showing rust through its entirety with Extreme Chassis Blk after only 4 years and the truck has not even seen the road, only a tarp. Blasting and paint complete waste!
Date published: 2015-03-03
Rated 4 out of 5 by Robofuzz from Works Great! Used this to refurbish some spindles and suspension parts. Went on easy and looks great! Make sure to properly clean and prep the surfaces with Pre.
Date published: 2015-01-05
Rated 1 out of 5 by jackie27 from Can I give less than one star? I used this to go over an epoxy primer. I applied it within the required time (72 hours and I applied it in less than 18 hours). It looked great the first week than I finally went back to work installing everything back on my bare frame and what do you know, as soon as I used a air gun to blow off some dirt the paint (if you would call this paint is up for debate) peeled up like a feather being blown off a hardwood floor. It actually split and peeled. Since I was in the middle of installing everything I wanted to protect a couple of new holes so I sprayed them with some cheap spray paint. The next day I went back to take a picture and guess what, the cheap spray paint stuck to the epoxy primer. It bonded so well I actually scraped off some of the primer to get rid of it. Why didn't the extreme chassis (cough cough) paint (cough cough) stick, no idea. So I pulled everything back off and scuffed the epoxy primer and went out and bought spray paint. If it sticks better than this junk then it has to be tougher too. Not happy that I had to do this all over again, just glad I didn't have a time line I was dealing with Good luck with customer service trying to get your refund in a timely manner. Took me a month of emails (that never got returned),l finally snuck away from work to make a phone call and I was on hold for ever and when they finally answered the phone their excuse why they didn't answer my emails was because the past 2 weeks they have been updating their computer systems.....hmm 2 weeks, what about the 2 weeks prior when I never got a response back. Awful paint (colored water?) and even worse customer service.
Date published: 2016-09-13
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