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post #16 of 17 Old 10-27-2003, 08:57 AM
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Looks great but watch out, that stuff is addictive. Next thing you'll be lining the interior, the firewall, your bumpers. I know from experience with my old YJ. I even did my dash. No roof for a year through hurricanes, winter freezes, and summer heat. Held up great and insulated nicely.

98 TJ 4.0 Stick 30 Lock-Right/44 True-Track,4.56. Fire RED. Optima Red top. 3" Full Traction lift, Cragar 352 Street locks w/3.75 BS. 32" BFG AT's. Sailcloth top.
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tubular fenders. AtoZ Fab rockers and front and rear bumpers. TBT sportsbar and rear spreader. VDP 6 speaker bar. 2K Intake Manifold. Tuffy Speaker lock boxes. Power inverter. Cobra CB. Magellan GPS. Bed lined tub. 3core HD radiator. Olds airbox with Hummer snokle. Besttop seat covers with heaters. All running lights LED.Steering and oil pan skids. Mile Marker PE8000 winch. Currie Anti-Rock. Olympic trunk. Tuffy Console....and Buddha on the winch. :) And a child seat stained with mud.
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post #17 of 17 Old 11-06-2003, 10:38 AM
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ncie work

Looks great !!! i really like that textured look. Makes an already rugged jeep look that much tougher, yet attractiv

I agree with the majority of the posts, i can't see taht stuff cracking (atleast for a while) but i bet it will fade, honestly though i think it will look really good once it has faded... just a thought though...

if you're going to herculine any other parts on the outside ( mirrors, fenders, bumpers, etc) you might not want to have varrying colors on your rig... ( ie don't wait for the top to start to fade before you decide to line the rest of your accessories.... obviously its up to you but just make sure your not gonig to be driving around with 4 shades of herculiner on your rig....

OH YEAH.. those are some pretty big meats you got smashed under those fenders HAPPTY WHEELIN~!

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