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Eastwood Extreme Chassis Black High Gloss Aerosol 14 oz is rated 3.9 out of 5 by 146.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Extreme Chassis Black great paint I used this on my 1970 corvette frame and various suspension parts after being sandblasted. I first sprayed on rust encapsaltor as a base coat. It went on ok, but i would probably use the 2 part epoxy primer if I did another frame, the epoxy primer is an awesome primer, with great adhesion. The final outcome was just simply awesome, this paint is the bomb man. I sprayed 2 coats over the encapsalator. I ended up restoring a motorcycle frame and decided to use the same system as my car, but with epoxy primer as the first coat. I highly recommend this paint, but use a spray gun & compressor. The cans are good for touch ups.
Date published: 2011-08-20
Rated 1 out of 5 by from I will not buy Eastwood products again I have used Eastwood products for years and have had problems recently with every spray can of Extreme Chassis Black Primer and Gloss paint I have bought in the last year. They all have the same problem, tips leak or the paint does not spray fine, spitting the paint like a bug sprayer. used their same two products and have sprayed them using a gun. Other issues are listing of their primer after the 24-36 hours flash time and their paints take weeks to fully harden. Been restoring cars for 25 years, will NEVER use Eastwood again, too expensive and inconsistent.
Date published: 2013-10-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Extreme Chassis Black Gloss - Excellent Purchased the Extreme Chassis Black Gloss to paint a few suspensin parts on my frame-off project. Probably the most expensive spray paint you will ever buy, but is far superior to any other I have used in the past. Lays down nice and coverage is excellent. If you only have a few parts to paint and don't want to break out the spray gun, this is the paint to get. The shine is great. Looks just like some powder coated pieces I have on my chassis. Seems to be very durable so far as nothing got chipped or scratched during assembly. Just be sure to use the Eastwood Chassis Black Primer first for best adhesion and durability. Over all an excellent product, just a little on the expensive side.
Date published: 2012-06-23
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Can the Extreme Chassis Black Satin be applied over a moisture cured urethane?

Asked by: PalK
We have never tested this product over a moisture cure product. With that said though if the urethane is completely cured and sanded it shouldn't be a problem.
Answered by: S Church
Date published: 2017-09-18

After laying down the primer coats, do they need to be scuffed to apply the chassis black?

Asked by: Erik T
This depends on how long the primer has been sitting for. If it has been drying for 24 hours or more we recommend scuffing with a maroon scuff pad.
Answered by: S Church
Date published: 2017-08-26

Can your Rubberized Undercaoting #16007Z be sprayed over this? I have new EDP coated parts that would be sanded/scuffed, then 2K Epoxy Primer #14790Z cured 24 hours sanded/scuffed, then 2 coats of Extreme Chassis Black Satin #11175Z cured 24 hours.

Asked by: Greg73
The rubberized undercoating would be fine to apply over this paint.
Answered by: S Church
Date published: 2017-08-18

I want to spray 3 coats of this. How long between coats?

Asked by: BigBlock
15 minutes will be perfect.
Answered by: S Church
Date published: 2017-08-18

Getting ready to sandblast a Model A frame and was going to use your epoxy primer as per customer request. I think this chassis bk should work fine over it + the fact the epoxy primer will not need to be scuffed if all is done correctly. Is this correct?

Asked by: the duke
I guess I understand what you are saying? I was going by the instructions on the epoxy primer and it says after 5 days then it needs to be scuffed. Unless I missed something in the instructions and makeup up (there is nothing on the makeup by the way) then one would just go with what the epoxy primer says can be done. The epoxy primer say it can be top coated in as little as 30 minutes if all goes well or wait 45-60 if applying a second coat. looks to me that the instructions may not be very correct with what needs to be done?
Answered by: the duke
Date published: 2017-08-15

Step 1: says prime with Extreme Chassis Black® Primer, wait 15 minutes to 1 hour and topcoat with Extreme Chassis Black®. Step 3: says apply a maximum of 2 coats primer and 2 coats Extreme Chassis Black®. Allow 24 hours between coats. Which is better?

Asked by: 30MA
Either way you take it will be the perfect prep and waiting time for the paint.
Answered by: S Church
Date published: 2017-08-17

I ordered a new cross member for my car. It comes coated black from factory but I would like to spray it with Extreme Chasis Black before installing it. Will I have any issues with adhesion.

Asked by: JSprance
All you will need to do is scuff the factory coating with a red scuff pad, blow off the dust, and then coat with our chassis black. This way you are going to have good adhesion.
Answered by: S Church
Date published: 2017-08-09

I am using Extreme Chassis Black (aerosol) for a galvanized frame. I cleaned it with soap & water, applied a mild acid (vinegar) and wiped it down with painting prep.   A test patch with the paint yields poor adhesion results. Any suggestions?

Asked by: Ontcan
Thanks. I did do a light sanding with 320 grit (the word limit prevented me from providing all the details). It is possible I was a bit gentle, not wanting to abrade too much of the coating, but I could certainly try a coarser grit.
Answered by: Ontcan
Date published: 2017-07-18
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Eastwood Extreme Chassis Black High Gloss Aerosol 14 oz

Item #11172Z

3X more resins make it 3X more durable than original Chassis Black

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Extreme Chassis Black Gloss has 3X the resins of traditional coatings, so it's tough enough for any undercarriage component

  • Improved resistance against corrosion, chips and scratches
  • Resists brake fluid, fuel and solvents
  • Matches OEM finish
  • Apply multiple coats without lifting

You spend hours prepping your frame and suspension parts; now top-coat them with a tough, OEM-matching, glossy formula that provides extreme durability! 3 times more resins make it 3 times more durable than our original Chassis Black.

Note: This paint can not be applied over top of self-etching primers.

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About Eastwood Extreme Chassis Black High Gloss Aerosol 14 oz

You spent many hours prepping your frame; now paint it with the best Chassis Black formulation available. Up to 3X more durable than Original Chassis Black. This maximum durability formulation offers improved brake fluid, fuel, solvent, chip and scratch resistance. For improved adhesion prime clean bare metal with Extreme Chassis Black Primer aerosol (11193Z), qt. (11194ZP), or gal. (11195ZP). Prime rusty metal with Eastwood Rust Encapsulator. Allow 15-20 minutes between coats of Extreme Chassis Black. Can be recoated at any time without lifting.


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