This has worked good for me, I put a coat of this on then I put on two coats of rubber under coating. It cost a total of around $35
4inch Rouch Country lift
3inch Body Lift
Mickey Thompson Classic II's with M/T 33"MTZ's
40 series Flowmaster
Smitybuilt Rock Crawler Bumper
WARN M8000 Winch(Thanks to my lovely Fiance)
Lock Right Rear Locker
No Trac Bar
No Sway Bar
Pro Comp Rear Bumper
6" Pocket flares
what moving parts are you talkin about????? my driveshafts are spray painted. guess you could do the wheels if you wanted. the yokes and u-joints on my front axle are rattle-canned. just avoid the brakes basically. even though the paint would probably rub off pretty soon the first time you hit the brakes
just make sure everything is nice and dry when you do it and if you have time preferably scuff anything up your gonna spray.--- it will last twice as long so its worth it. Back to the dryness factor if water gets trapped then it will eat through that stuff. Now ive used por-15 and love it, you can get like 6 packs on ebay decent cheap. never tried the rustoelum but have heard good things about it.
go to your hardware store and look up rust fix by krylon. you have to get rid of loose paint and rust.But im thinking that wont be to big of a problem on a tj.then you spray it on it goes on clear and then forms a rubbery coat from what i understand.
Its a JeeP thing ... I Dont Understand!
I now you mentioned por 15...I just did my floor pans (drive/passenger) in it...goes on easy (WEAR GLOVES AND LONG SLEEVE EVERYTHING) but for a quart (approx$30) you can go over old rust.....
I need to take some pics..but I was pleased and am actually looking at doing the entire interior (anything that could hold water) with it.....
99 TJ 93K....