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post #76 of 77 Old 04-13-2010, 04:58 PM
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Originally Posted by timmayham View Post
impressed, the Montsaliner looks pretty good. Look forward to hearing about some long term results after it has been around for a while.

I'll probably end up doing my linings late this summer or this fall... Bought a Dodge 2500 Cummins for towing duty. Awesome truck, but not real condusive to pouring more money into the CJ.
I did mine in the fall of last year and I had 0 issues. It held up well to all sorts of abuse including a generator, gas, oil, chains, and even some abuse tests. The worst of it was installing the seats the day after I lined. It hadn't cured, and I chipped the bumper. A simple patch was all it took, and I did that a month later.

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post #77 of 77 Old 04-14-2010, 06:34 PM
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I've used the Gator Gaurd II on my YJ hardtop,it has held up GREAT in the past 2 years,but i'm gonna go with the Monstaliner when they finaly come out with the colors,i don't want black for my interior,here in Ga it would burn you're feet and legs in the summer oven here.

When i first sprayed the GATOR GAURD II,i opted to spray it for a smoother finish to make it look more factory

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