Hi Jim, sorry for the delay but was gone for the weekend. I'm not familiar with DP74, but if it is an epoxy, then yes, you can apply Rage over it. I wouldn't recommend more than about 1/8" max build though. you will want to block the doors with 80g on a long board until you have burn through on the highs. make sure it all has a nice 80g scratch to it and skim it with Rage. start blocking your rage with 40g, follow that with 80g. I use a 12" longboard and usually have no trouble making them nice. good luck, SRP
Originally Posted by jims09build
I'm getting close to painting my FFR3.1. All looks good in final DP74 primer except the doors. When looking across them wet, I see a lot of wavey areas like highs and lows. These doors have been frustrating from the beginning and I have a lot of time in them already but am determined to get them right. If I want to add more Rage to try straightening out the waves will I have to remove all the DP74 or can I apply Rage over it? I also am considering ordering a 21" flex board from Eastwood hoping it will help me get the waves out this time. I have read many posts about the door problems and have done pretty well with the body work on the rest of the car thanks to all the great tips on this forum but this final problem has left me frustrated. The doors curve in so many ways I'm not sure a long flat board will do it.
Thanks for any suggestions,
Jim in Pa