Extreme Chassis Black® High Gloss 14 oz. Aero

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    Extreme Chassis Black Gloss has 3X the resins of traditional coatings, so it's tough enough for any undercar component 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.
    • Improved resistance against corrosion, chips and scratches
    • Resists brake fluid, fuel and solvents
    • Matches OEM finish
    • Apply multiple coats without lifting

    About Extreme Chassis Black® High Gloss 14 oz. Aero

    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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    EXCELLENT PRODUCT!!! (Posted on 5/8/13)
    Review by Milich
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    I used this product in the past while the engine was removed from my 90 GMC Sierra SLE 1 Ton Dually. I do a mini restoration every time I work on a vehicle. It has a ZZ509 racing crate engine that is tuned port injected. PERFECT SLEEPER for the import tuners to smell some exhaust, :-)
    Great product. (Posted on 5/7/13)
    Review by Bill
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    I do several restorations or underside detailing of cars per year. Chassis black products cover extremely well in one coat. This is the best underside paint I have ever used.
    Great product (Posted on 3/14/13)
    Review by Dgritti33
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    Easy to use, doesn't require a paint gun dries fairly quickly and best of all looks amazing. Even better when used with Eastwood clear coat. Used it on my 67 and 68 Camaro chassis and couldn't be happier.
    Excellent Product (Posted on 2/14/13)
    Review by John Camp Hill, PA
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    I've been using this product since it became available and recommend it for all your restoration projects.
    Love it! (Posted on 8/5/12)
    Review by Bronco Rebuild
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    Metal was prepared by sandblasting so it was perfectly clean. Used the Extreme Chassis Black primer and waited the recommended 24 hours prior to top coating with the gloss. After 48 hours, the paint is hard as nails and look fantastic. I'm very impressed with this product. Like any paint work, the end results are dependent on the prep work so I don't know what would happen if you don't follow the directions, if you do, it will look great.
    Extreme Chassis Black Gloss - Excellent (Posted on 6/23/12)
    Review by The Bob Ross of automotive
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    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.
    works as said (Posted on 4/17/11)
    Review by walt
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    my hitch on my 98 ranger took a beating this winter so i purchase the rust encapsulator and the extreme chassis black once i clean the loss rust and wipe any oil and dirt away i sprayed the encapsulator and let it dry for 8 hrs and top coated the hitch with the extreme chassis black when real nice better than i though it would and even thow its only been a week snice it still looks wet
    Extreme (Posted on 1/5/11)
    Review by Mac
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    The only downside if there is one is that it isn't cheap but then if it was cheap I don't think it would be the product it is. One can does cover quite a bit because it is not watered and thinned out like a lot of spray can paints are. It sprays good, lays down good, is very durable and holds its gloss very well. It is also a black black without much of any other tint like you see in some black paints. It can be used for a lot more than just spraying frame rails and suspension parts.
    Extreme Chassis Gloss Black is great! (Posted on 12/7/10)
    Review by Smitty
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    I recently rebuilt the 12-Bolt rear end in my 99 Camaro and wanted to finish it with a coating that is durable and looks good. After a lot of research I brushed on POR-15 but was a little dissapointed with the end result. They say it is "self leveling" but I could still see where I had overlapped layers while going around the tubes and there were inconsistencies in the color. I smoothed out the POR-15 and bought two spray cans of the Extreme Chassis Black-High Gloss. Damn this stuff works great!!! Not only is it durable, but it looks like it was sprayed from a real spray gun and cleared after. I definitely recommend using this stuff on any chassis parts if you want a great appearance and don't mind spending the extra $$$ for a better quality paint than what you can get at the hardware store.
    Extreme Chassis Black and Primer on Triumph Trophy Frame (Posted on 8/22/10)
    Review by Scott
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    I'm restoring an old motorcycle, and did a lot of research about what kind of paint to use for painting the frame and all of the other parts that would use the same paint. I wanted something that would look good and last for many years. I had read all of the various positive and negative results from people using powder coating, and I also wanted to keep my restoration costs within reason. I ended up choosing Eastwood's Extreme Chassis Black and primer because they were reasonably priced, and supposedly long-lasting and durable.

    I first used Eastwood's Dekote to strip the original paint from the frame and parts, and then used Eastwood's Oxysolve that dissolves the rust and leaves behind a very paintable oxide finish. Both are great products. I believe their newer product is called Rust Dissolver.

    For the primer and paint, I used spray cans because I didn't want to have to deal with the messy nuisance of cleaning a spray gun. After wiping down the frame, I sprayed two light to medium coats of primer, waiting 24 hours between coats. I then sprayed two medium coats of the Extreme Chassis Black Gloss Paint, again waiting 24 hours between each coat. The results are very impressive. Needless to say, I'm glad I did my research. I made sure the first coat of paint went on light to medium, and the second coat medium to heavy, leaving an even wet coat appearance, but being very careful not to lay it on too heavy in fear of running or sagging.

    My only complaint is the spray nozzle. PAM no-stick cooking spray uses a much better spray nozzle design, and I have to wonder why automotive paints don't use this same type.

    I gave this product a 4 for quality only because of the spray nozzle.

    Would I use this product again? You bet!

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