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Unread 02-07-2013, 06:14 PM   #1
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wanting to bedline inside floors

I plan on using the monstaliner and doing the floors inside my zj. The carpet has gotten wet many times from leaking ac and recently gotten very dirty from some very thick muck. Im in the process of tearing out all my carpet right now. As im doing this im seeing wierd hard tan stuff attached to the floor boards and wires being ran all over the place. What im wondering is what was done about the wires, like did you move them out of the way and put them back after or cover them with something and spray them or what. And also what was done about the wierd hard stuff stuck to the floors. What kind of prep did you all do? Any pictures also would be of great assistance.

On a somewhat related note, i also plan on using monstaliner on the outside of the jeep as well. I was planning on using a harbor freight air powered spray gun for both the floors and outside. A friend of mine used one on the inside of his wrangler and it worked great. Any tips for that as well would be much appreciated. Thank you in advance.

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Unread 02-07-2013, 07:04 PM   #2
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My interior is gutted. Bare metal. No plastic anything left anywhere.

I have the wiring bundled together covered in a wire loom.

I actually took the time to scrape all the gummy adhesive off. Heat gun makes it easy, otherwise it's pretty miserable if you try to scrape it as is.
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Unread 02-11-2013, 01:08 PM   #3
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Hey Melk, can you show us a picture of your gutted interior? I'm curious to see what it looks like.
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Unread 02-11-2013, 01:32 PM   #4
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I plan on using the monstaliner and doing the floors inside my zj. The carpet has gotten wet many times from leaking ac and recently gotten very dirty from some very thick muck. Im in the process of tearing out all my carpet right now. As im doing this im seeing wierd hard tan stuff attached to the floor boards and wires being ran all over the place. What im wondering is what was done about the wires, like did you move them out of the way and put them back after or cover them with something and spray them or what. And also what was done about the wierd hard stuff stuck to the floors. What kind of prep did you all do? Any pictures also would be of great assistance.

On a somewhat related note, i also plan on using monstaliner on the outside of the jeep as well. I was planning on using a harbor freight air powered spray gun for both the floors and outside. A friend of mine used one on the inside of his wrangler and it worked great. Any tips for that as well would be much appreciated. Thank you in advance.
My suggestion would be something like Melk. Get all the wires together and into a cable runner so if you ever need to get to them in he future, they aren't under the bedliner.
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