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Rust oleum truck bed coating works great and is affordable. Neutralize the rust and go to town. It comes in a spray can or gallon.
You can get it in any color you want as long as it’s black.
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Just use some Ospho on the rusty areas (probably only surface rust) and buy a quart of the brushed on Por 15. It hardens with no issues, easy to apply you donít need to mask anything off ,and is very durable.
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I would go to an auto paint store, ask if they have single stage enamel in cans (preferably with a hardener portion), and go from there. Give it a few days and it will be as hard as a rock and ready for your installation, no comparison to Rustolecrap..
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Figured I'd update with photos of the finished product! I ended up painting the interior with Rust-Oleum clean metal primer, then the black Rust-Oleum metal paint. It worked well, though if I did it again I would use gray paint instead of black. After the paint I laid dynamat all over the tub (not solid, I did strips and patches), then dynaliner in the back seat area where the heavy sound deadening pad was. It is definitely quieter than it was before I started this project.

Here is a build thread I did with some additional pictures of the interior work I did. Need to go finish that write up soon!

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I just painted my interior black.




This is two coats of Southern Polyurethane's black epoxy primer.

I will topcoat it with a satin black with hardener.
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Look good.....very good job. I used Rustoleum 7776 satin black on my interior. I had no rust, even surface rust.

If I had rust, I would take it to bare metal and use acid etching primer on bare metal and then Rustoleum.
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All opinions varies from one individual to another based on their experience and budget - Most of "epoxy" painting companies are very good by most standards - except for lower end companies that sells epoxy paint results poorly.

So I think either POR-15 or Rustoleum paint are very efficient for any metal work projects - POR-15 is expensive thou for a small pint paint can as opposed to Rust'lum is cheaper by a gallon can.

Do whatever you are comfortable with any epoxy paint for metal work according to your budget for they are all durable that lasts for years.

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