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post #16 of 52 Old 08-18-2011, 11:47 PM
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post #17 of 52 Old 08-19-2011, 08:17 AM
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sounds like a good way to go to me!!
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I get the point... I'm just nervous about spraying something that is very difficult to remove on. I'm putting a ton of money into my Jeep and I would hate to be in a situation where I'm not satisfied with the result yet I don't have an easy way to replace it.

@Magnetman - Since you say Line-X is the best of the professional bunch how would you compare it to your product? What are the advantages of Line-X? What are the advantages of Monstaliner besides costs?
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May I suggest Lizard Skin. Acts and looks like bedliner but pertects from heat and noise with Ceramic Insulation and Sound Control.

I am installing it this weekend underside and inside the tub.
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I know you didn't want to talk about Rhino-liner but that is the route that I went and love it.. I have had this thing full of mud, tools, clutter everywhere and it washes right out.. Not a scratch on it anywhere.. I also have it in the back of my truck for the last 7 years and it still looks great and I have hauled all kinds of stuff in the back of it, rocks, tools, tractor implements, 4-wheelers etc..




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X15 for monstaliner. I used the white. It cleans easy is hard as rock and was easy to do. If you want to change colors the stuff sticks to itself. Monsta is smoother than other bedliners ive seen. Might be how i did it but I like it.

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post #22 of 52 Old 08-19-2011, 09:08 PM
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First off why are you listening to your cousin.I would never let someone tell me how to restore one of my jeeps.you need to decide what you want .rhino and the other ones being thrown out there can all be painted over. if you want something more smoother use por 15and paint over that .I am doing my 82 cj7 the same way.It does come up easier than rhino.On my wife's yj I just sprayed cans of the rubber coating in the bed.You might try that too if you are not sure what you want.It comes off with heavy degreaser.
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I get the point... I'm just nervous about spraying something that is very difficult to remove on. I'm putting a ton of money into my Jeep and I would hate to be in a situation where I'm not satisfied with the result yet I don't have an easy way to replace it.

@Magnetman - Since you say Line-X is the best of the professional bunch how would you compare it to your product? What are the advantages of Line-X? What are the advantages of Monstaliner besides costs?
You're down to 2 choices. Bedliner or carpet. I'm writing something that will explain some differences, advantages/disadvantages like you asked. Will post later or tomorrow.
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May I suggest Lizard Skin. Acts and looks like bedliner but pertects from heat and noise with Ceramic Insulation and Sound Control.

I am installing it this weekend underside and inside the tub.
Are you planning to put anything on top of lizardskin inside the tub?
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X15 for monstaliner. I used the white. It cleans easy is hard as rock and was easy to do. If you want to change colors the stuff sticks to itself. Monsta is smoother than other bedliners ive seen. Might be how i did it but I like it.
Do you have any photos of this mysterious white Monstaliner job?
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I'll get some pics up tomorrow evening. Going to put the locker and new tire rack to the test. The last run I had three or four ppl decide they wanted to do it just from how mine looked. Need to send me a sticker so I can advert for you lol

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I'll get some pics up tomorrow evening. Going to put the locker and new tire rack to the test. The last run I had three or four ppl decide they wanted to do it just from how mine looked. Need to send me a sticker so I can advert for you lol
Stickers are in any they are nice. We start mailing this week so it will be there soon.

Cool I'm drooling to see the white. Have not seen one completed yet.
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First off why are you listening to your cousin.I would never let someone tell me how to restore one of my jeeps.you need to decide what you want .rhino and the other ones being thrown out there can all be painted over. if you want something more smoother use por 15and paint over that .I am doing my 82 cj7 the same way.It does come up easier than rhino.On my wife's yj I just sprayed cans of the rubber coating in the bed.You might try that too if you are not sure what you want.It comes off with heavy degreaser.

While my cousin doesn't typically work on Jeeps he has 20 years of automotive restoration experience under his belt and knows a thing or two. I trust his experience considerably.

Here are some pictures of a couple cars he just finished:





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BTW - I'll also add that my Jeep is pretty much rust free. It has spent the vast majority of it's days in the very dry climate of Colorado and the last 10 years in a garage. I do plan on painting the chassis but rust isn't a major consideration for me.
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Hey Magnetman here are a couple of pics of mine done in white. They were taken with my cell phone so they could be better















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