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ratherbefishin

???? what kind of paint to use on my old lund

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i am thinking of painting my old 14' lund, i was just wondering what kind of paint i should use. i would like to do the inside gray & the outside red . I am also on a budget so i am trying to get some ideas. aslo would i need to sand the inside all the way down or just scuff it..............

any ideas would be great .

Thanxxxxxx Paul, good luck fishin !!!

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Fleet Farm, used it for my old lund. Fleet Farm Brand Exterior paint in red, may be called tractor paint or something like that. I primed the outside then 2 coats borrowed a friend's air painter. Inside I scraped off loose then painted over in a white, same type of paint. Was good enough for me, with assorted items needed, tape, scraper, wire brush I think I spent under $40, but that was 10 years ago and the whole could use another overhaul

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The oil based "marine" paint at Ace is incredible stuff. Mad my pontoon sides look like new, and while I used blue, I bet their red is pretty close to lund red. It looks great after 5 years. I sprayed it on with air compressor.

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Just bring it over to the Crestliner plant in Little Falls and have it painted to look like a Crestliner. Thats what my father-in-law did. gringringrin

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I painted one a few years back. Prep is the big thing. Scrap and wire brush all the loose stuff off then wash with miradic acid. My paint job is ten years old.

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I just re-painted a Lund rowboat this spring. I was able to get fairly close to "Lund Red" using FF branded spray paint! Not a big fan of spray paint for finish quality, but for an old rowboat, I figured I'd give it a shot. It actually turned out surprisingly good! I think 3 cans cost me $12....plus about 2 hours of sanding and taping....not a bad evening's work........ The old paint was scratched up and a little faded, but solidly adhered to the aluminum. I didn't have any bare metal to worry about priming by the time I got done sanding, I just had to rough up the existing coat with a fine grit on my palm sander..

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i repainted my 79 lund piker used Rustoleum "royal red" and "white" for gunnels sanded first with 150 then 320 and put a coat of clear on it has stood up well for 10 years but is starting to fade went to the dealer and got LUND stickers looked real close to original put nonslip red PU bed herculiner on floor instead of carpet i've been real happy with it since

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THANKS FOR THE INFO!!!

ANOTHER ? WHAT KIND OF PRIMER DO I USE ON THE ALUMINUM????

I DID REDO SOME ALUMINUM WHEELS ON MY CAR AND USED DUPLICOLOR BRAND SELF ETCHING PRIMER AND THEN USED THEIR WHEEL PAINT, THEY STILL LOOK GOOD AFTER ONE MN WINTER.

SO I WAS THINKING I WOULD USE THAT PRIMER ON THE ALUMINUM AND JUST TOP COAT WITH SOMETHING ELSE.....

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ratherbe, I repainted the green interior of my old S-14 several years ago. I 'washed' it with lacquer thinner and painted it with spray cans of Textured Auto Trunk paint from the auto parts store. As I recall, it took ~5 cans to do the area I wanted done. It's available in a tan or medium grey, I went with the tan so the interior didn't heat up so much from the sun. The nice part is it's slip resistant. Phred52

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thanks, i will paint it later this summer or in the winter

thanks again for the ideas, i will post some pics on this also when i do it grin

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