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post #16 of 77 Old 11-26-2009, 11:54 AM
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Are any of these products mentioned good for coating raw metal as in no primer, or should you prime all metal first.
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you should always primer raw metal


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Are any of these products mentioned good for coating raw metal as in no primer, or should you prime all metal first.
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I put down Herculiner on raw metal, just have to make sure the oil is gone off of it. I use Herculiner in the worst of conditions with the least amount of prep and the stuff still bonds like crazy.

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post #19 of 77 Old 11-29-2009, 02:50 PM Thread Starter
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the Monstaliner web page claims that is goes right over and seals rust with no problem, that all you have to do is knock of the flakes. Anybody find any truths to that or something simalar?
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after using this stuff i see no issues in that statement...this stuff is very tough and would definitely seal up any rust...


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post #21 of 77 Old 11-29-2009, 03:11 PM
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I have not done this yet but I plan to in the future. I will be using raptor liner, I think it looks the best out of all of them.
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post #22 of 77 Old 11-30-2009, 08:25 PM
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I used Durabak 9yrs ago on the inside of my YJ tub. It has lasted very well. It has faded after 1-2 years but is still sticking very well. As said before its all in the prep. I coated the tub in epoxy primer first to hold down the rust. A yes for Durabak.
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I sprayed my herculiner on my tub and it came out great. But as it has been said already prep prep prep and even more prep.

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Awesome information so far! This has opened me up to some different ideas, lets keep it rollin'.
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I put down Herculiner on raw metal, just have to make sure the oil is gone off of it. I use Herculiner in the worst of conditions with the least amount of prep and the stuff still bonds like crazy.
Thanks for the info, thats what I wanted to here. If I may ask what is the minimal amount of prep? I plan to do as much prep as possible on my new bumper, but I have a set of sliders that are very ruff and I plan on sandblasting them after that what would the best step be? they are also rusted inside because the end was open for a year how can I stop the rust on the inside all the way down the almost 6 ft?

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how much coating does it take to do a good job inside a tub?
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I used two gallons to do my LJ.
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1 Gallon Dark Blue Durabak 18uv rough exterior, two coats brushed/rolled.

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There was a previous post with a K5 blazer. Here's another one with LINE-X Xtra. Silver exterior, beige interior to match the seats. Black Xtra in wheel wells and front grill guard.





















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This is pretty cool, LINE-X Xtra, green on the exterior, beige on the interior of this Scrambler.













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