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I've bought a lot if new sheet metal from Real Deal Steel, which is all from Golden Star. The parts all come with the black EDP coating.

I'm not too concerned about the surfaces that are hidden, or not exposed to the elements, but can I scuff the exterior surfaces and go directly over it with a 2K primer or epoxy, or should I take it down to the bare metal?

I'm not running inner fenders on the front, and really didn't want to spend a lot of time on the inside surfaces of the front fenders. Was thinking I would scuff them, prep them and spray the insides with DP90 and leave it at that.

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Sounds great, guys. As I was saying, I really didn't want to take the inner side of the fenders down to metal. The inner surfaces around the headlights are not going to be easy to prep.
 
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