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post #1726 of 13179 Old 06-23-2010, 09:48 PM
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Ok, thanks. It's been mid 90s this week here and I plan to put it on next Saturday. If it's too hot I'll roll it on outside and then push the Jeep into the garage if I can do that without messing the liner up lol.

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post #1727 of 13179 Old 06-24-2010, 12:21 AM
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It's summer in South Texas. It's never going to be not sunny and humid.
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You guys really get Humidity? I remember my Uncle was complaining about the humidity here the last time he visited (a few years ago). I don't know if he was in SA, Houston, or El Paso at the time though.

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post #1729 of 13179 Old 06-24-2010, 08:18 AM Thread Starter
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Ok, thanks. It's been mid 90s this week here and I plan to put it on next Saturday. If it's too hot I'll roll it on outside and then push the Jeep into the garage if I can do that without messing the liner up lol.
Please stay out of the sun if at all possible.
2 things will cause the coating to dry too fast and make rolling difficult.
Excessive heat and air movement which forces the solvent to evaporate and will make it tack up too quickly.

Do your surface prep the day or evening before you plan to roll.
Try to get up at sunrise and roll before it gets too hot outside.
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post #1730 of 13179 Old 06-24-2010, 08:37 AM Thread Starter
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Force Drying

Another point of info on heat.

It is not necessary to try and force dry by putting vehicle back in sun after rolling.

The heat can also cause solvent to get trapped in the coating which will cause delayed through dry and also can cause solvent odors to linger in a closed up vehicle longer than necessary
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Sounds like the skin over effect that you get in the can.

Also MagnetMan, I am going to help you out with that profile a little.

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You don't need to put stuff like "Next generation" or whatever. If it's a JK it's a JK30 and JK44. We already know that. Just put "Dana 30" and "Dana 44". If you haven't touched the suspension, leave it blank. "Stock" isn't a valid value.

PS It'd be an NV231, actually, though NP231 would be close enough that most wouldn't know the difference.
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You don't need to put stuff like "Next generation" or whatever. If it's a JK it's a JK30 and JK44. We already know that. Just put "Dana 30" and "Dana 44". If you haven't touched the suspension, leave it blank. "Stock" isn't a valid value.

PS It'd be an NV231, actually, though NP231 would be close enough that most wouldn't know the difference.
They stopped using New Process? JK tech doesn't have a stock spec thread like TJ tech so I was kind of going with the flow there.

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See here for the convoluted story: New Venture Gear - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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Starting our tub lining today. Got everything out and vacuumed.
Starting on the scrubbing and scuffing next.
I really didn't think it would be that DIRTY. especially around the cup holder area.
I think the PO was a soda drinker cause boy is it sticky!

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I know what you are saying. Mine looked like someone spilled soda, tar, and coffee in my Jeep (by tar I mean cigarette tar). I had to pressure wash the Jeep and hand wash it before I could even start sanding.

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What precautions did you take for the electronics and wiring on the floor when you pressure washed it?

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I pulled the things that hold them to the floor and just hung them over the steering wheel.

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I got it, I thought you were referring to a particular brand of accessories. I like that stuff. Gets expensive I see. Gotta sell more Monstaliner now
I've seen that stuff before and like it. My Wrangler is white and as long as I have enough, I was planning on using Monstaliner on those locations.

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