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post #1 of 3 Old 09-24-2009, 06:35 AM Thread Starter
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raptor spray technique and planning help

hi guys, i just ordered my raptor liner today and im excited about spraying my jeep, i wanted to wait to the summer but am gonna go ahead since i had some extra money and apparently my jeep leaks a little (or alot) around the doors. if you have any input on that lay it on me.

questions:

1. when spraying the liner, when do you remove tap, saran wrap etc? how long do you wait or do you just take it right off.

2. i dont have alot of room so im spray it in my drive way and then roll my jeep into my garage while it cures. how long do you all usually wait before you sit in it? i can just put it in neutral and push it into my garage but sure would be easier to just sit on a milk crate and drive it in there.

3. ive seen ppl talk about the heat that comes thru, i dont plan on putting my carpet back in just some rubber floor mats, so if the heat is worse will it melt my rubber mats or do i need to get some tough mats that arnt rubber?

4. has anyone sprayed plastic with this? id like to put a very thin black coat over on the inside of my hardtop. i ordered a extra bottle of black.

thanks guys, yall are always so helpful to us newbs
and trust me ive all ready used search, so if you find something you were luckier than i our all ready new were it was, ive looked on here for weeks at raptor builds.


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post #2 of 3 Old 09-24-2009, 06:40 AM Thread Starter
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on the leak, weve been getting a buttload of rain in the southeast, some of you feel my pain. and it just appears to me that it comes down that crease in my door and top like were the seal is and runs down to the bottom and then it builds up and comes in the bottom i assume from seeing water, i thought that it had a place to get buy were the black door protector thing pushes on the seal on the door and makes a lil hole for the rain, well after a couple days of rain i decided id pull on off and see what it did, BAD IDEA. now my passenger door (one i took the black thing off) leaks like a water hose. so needless to say im try get my dealer buddy to give me a black thing cause i kinda broke mine taking it off.

any body else have this leak? its worse on the side of my jeep that is up an incline, were i park is hilly.
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post #3 of 3 Old 09-24-2009, 04:48 PM Thread Starter
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I am in the wrong category? Lotta ppl looking but no answers
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