ATPRIME 2 where to buy????

Discussion in 'Fiberglass and Composite Boat Building' started by Cawley, Nov 23, 2011.

  1. Cawley
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  2. OFFSHORE GINGER
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    OFFSHORE GINGER Junior Member

    I use At prime every once and awhile and just curious what are you using it on ?
     
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    Thanks for the info. Too make a long story short, I am doing a transom. The outside skin has been cut out bc the boat was made shorter. I really need a good secondary bond to lay up the new outer skin of the transom. I have used ATPRIME on Skater tanks and bought it from Peter in the kit. But, cannot get it from my local supplier. I do like the product. Only way I know of to get a good chemical secondary bond..................
    Thanx
    Cawley
     
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    Thats funny i also use at prime for doing Skater tanks and only live Minutes away from Douglas Marine . Hey guy, i have many friends who work at Skater and actually ..........was employed there for over 12 years myself , and to tell you the truth ........ even though Composites one handles everything that you might ever need .................... i do not think they will sell you At prime in such small amount 's, and if you like shoot me a PM along with you location because i just might be able to help you out in a round about way considering i have a friend who is a sales rep for Composites One .
     
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    The last time I bought any it was from them and I was able to get one gallon, it may be different now though.
     
  7. Cawley
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    I am able to get a one gallon kit for 100 bucs.... Should be here next week. Thanks for all the help.
     
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    Good deal guy , and really not that bad of a price .
     
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    ATPrime

    AtPrime can also be gotten from fiberglass supply depot in qt size of the 2b with a half pint of the 2a part. It is a ratio of 4:1 by weight.

    Fiberglass Supply Depot
    www.fiberglasssupplydepot.com/home.php
     

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