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post #1651 of 13205 Old 06-15-2010, 07:38 PM
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Don't forget a couple of garbage brushes. You will want something that you can throw away.


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post #1652 of 13205 Old 06-16-2010, 06:54 AM
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LuckRider or MagnetMan,

I remember someone posted up about a roller they picked up at Lowes/Home Depot and would be good to use for the first coat. I am terrified that my foam rollers that I got from Magnet won't be enough to do my entire interior for 2 coats and want to use those only for the second coat. So where can I get a roller locally that will be good for the first coat??

Any advice before I start tomorrow? Thanks in advance!
if you look at luckrider's writeup and a few other posters as well, he makes a very good point. do the hard to reach areas(hard to reach with a roller) first real good and just roll the spots you didn't do with the brush. it saves rollers and everyone has said it covered better that way.

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Ok, so I ordered my bumpers and they will be ready here in a few weeks. Still planning coating them in Chassis Saver right now.

What's going to do if it takes a good lick from a rock? Or a rock slides across it? Is it come off in a sheet or chip? You had also said something about using a metal etching stuff for a primer. Would getting a 25 grit flap wheel to it to rough it up good suffice?

I plan on getting the jet black gallon to coat both bumpers.

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post #1654 of 13205 Old 06-16-2010, 06:42 PM
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I will let MagnetMan answer you fully, but I will say this. 1 Gallon would be a waste. 1 quart of chassis saver = 1 gallon of Monstaliner in terms of coverage. Heck... 1 gallon of Monstaliner would be a lot. You could probably do 1 pint and have plenty of coverage.

Be sure to no go too thick on each coat. If it is too thick, it will bubble. Do 3 or 4 coats. As for the 25 grit, that should be rough enough, but 60-80 grit is recommended in the directions. Chassis Saver IS NOT UV resistant so it will turn to a charcoal color over time.

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I will let MagnetMan answer you fully, but I will say this. 1 Gallon would be a waste. 1 quart of chassis saver = 1 gallon of Monstaliner in terms of coverage. Heck... 1 gallon of Monstaliner would be a lot. You could probably do 1 pint and have plenty of coverage.

Be sure to no go too thick on each coat. If it is too thick, it will bubble. Do 3 or 4 coats. As for the 25 grit, that should be rough enough, but 60-80 grit is recommended in the directions. Chassis Saver IS NOT UV resistant so it will turn to a charcoal color over time.
Glad you chimed in. Didn't know the Chassis Saver went that far on only a quart. And I figured it was UV resistant as well.

Well shoot, don't know what I'm going to do now. I might still coat the inside of the bumper with the Chassis Saver and rattle can the outside.

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That is what I would do. The instructions I am reading don't have information for topcoating, but it does say to sand with 400 grit if it has been 24 hours since last coat, and you must wait at least 3 hours since the previous coat.

The instructions also say that it has an abrasion resistance rating of 45in/lbs reverse impact, and 125in/lbs direct (whatever that means).

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That is what I would do. The instructions I am reading don't have information for topcoating, but it does say to sand with 400 grit if it has been 24 hours since last coat, and you must wait at least 3 hours since the previous coat.

The instructions also say that it has an abrasion resistance rating of 45in/lbs reverse impact, and 125in/lbs direct (whatever that means).
couldn't you top it with monstaliner? that wouldn't fade, right? Plus it would definitely be protected.

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I just got done ripping out and roughin up my interior.. Was going to get Herculiner...

After reading alot of this forum, I am def. going to order this stuff and give it a try..

I have a Rhino linings place down the street from me and they wanted a crazy amount to do the inside.
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I just got done ripping out and roughin up my interior.. Was going to get Herculiner...

After reading alot of this forum, I am def. going to order this stuff and give it a try..

I have a Rhino linings place down the street from me and they wanted a crazy amount to do the inside.
you won't be sorry and you can use the money you save to do somethin else cool to your jeep!

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you won't be sorry and you can use the money you save to do somethin else cool to your jeep!
Sounds good to me! Finally get this thing on the road!
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couldn't you top it with monstaliner? that wouldn't fade, right? Plus it would definitely be protected.
That would work very well too. It all depends on the finish he wants. Paint would be easier to touch up if he plays in the really mean rocks (some will kill any finish).

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I just got done ripping out and roughin up my interior.. Was going to get Herculiner...

After reading alot of this forum, I am def. going to order this stuff and give it a try..

I have a Rhino linings place down the street from me and they wanted a crazy amount to do the inside.
You will be happy that you changed your mind. The saved money over Rhino can go elsewhere into your Jeep.

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That would work very well too. It all depends on the finish he wants. Paint would be easier to touch up if he plays in the really mean rocks (some will kill any finish).
Yea, I think I'll just rattle can the outside for now. Just for easy touch up purposes. Once I see how abused they get, I'll make a judgment on whether I want to line it or leave the rattle can.

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Just make sure you give them a chance to fully cure before you abuse them. I think it takes about 1 week before Chassis Saver is fully cured.

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magnet...... color updates? the end of the promo is upon us, and i want so badly to get a 2 gallon kit but i want to do my military themed jeep in the proposed OD green. if the colors are not to be out soon i am going to just order a kit in black and then just rattle can it green. we were told on the 6th on luckriders other thread we would have an update on the colors?

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i just do not want to miss out on this deal you are offering, however i need to get my frame and body back together. the frame is finally ready for a coating of chassis saver, and i need to monstaliner the underside of the body before i rejoin it to the frame.

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