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post #2221 of 13160 Old 11-02-2010, 10:51 PM
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Yeah.. You can solve any problem with a cupcake.. :P


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Yeah.. You can solve any problem with a cupcake.. :P
I wish I woulda had some cupcakes when I was ripping my hair out over making Monstaliner colors >:-o(
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post #2223 of 13160 Old 11-02-2010, 11:31 PM
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another great idea for partial kits would be a measuring device of some kind that has graduations to proportion liner to catalyst from the gallon kits. maybe as simple as providing common measurement sizes in your .pdf guide. starting as small as a pint or even a few ounces of raw unmixed liner to ??? catalyst. that way you could still purchase a gallon and make it last for multiple projects. i will be doing my fenders, hood, grille, dash panel, seat frames, and any other piece of steel i can think of. however i don't plan on doing them all at the same time. with an estimate of how much coverage you get per volume joined with the mixing chart someone doing smaller projects from the gallon size would be as easy as a little measuring. you could even offer the gallon kit to come with 4 of the quart sized catalyst pouches.

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another great idea for partial kits would be a measuring device of some kind that has graduations to proportion liner to catalyst from the gallon kits. maybe as simple as providing common measurement sizes in your .pdf guide. starting as small as a pint or even a few ounces of raw unmixed liner to ??? catalyst. that way you could still purchase a gallon and make it last for multiple projects. i will be doing my fenders, hood, grille, dash panel, seat frames, and any other piece of steel i can think of. however i don't plan on doing them all at the same time. with an estimate of how much coverage you get per volume joined with the mixing chart someone doing smaller projects from the gallon size would be as easy as a little measuring. you could even offer the gallon kit to come with 4 of the quart sized catalyst pouches.
Now you're brainstorming. I like it ALOT! If you keep coming up with ideas like this I may have to hire you as a consultant

The measuring cups sold by auto paint dealers would work. They come in different sizes. I'm looking into this. Thanks!
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Now you're brainstorming. I like it ALOT! If you keep coming up with ideas like this I may have to hire you as a consultant

The measuring cups sold by auto paint dealers would work. They come in different sizes. I'm looking into this. Thanks!
here's where i need a cardboard sign that reads
"will work for MONSTALINER!" lol

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Can you apply this stuff directly onto powdercoat? I assume you would first have to scuff it up with the red scuff pad you sent with the kit. I ask because I plan to buy a front bumper and rocker guards round about springtime. I can use my last 2 quarts on those parts as well as my already installed rear bumper. Hmmm, I need to do my grill too so I'll have to supplement what I already have. We'll talk in the spring.
Yes, you should have no problem applying Monstaliner over powdercoat. You will want to scuff it well first and you may even want to apply that epoxy primer you have just to ensure the best bond. I would probably scuff a little better than that red pad will do. Maybe 120 or 180 grit. Sandpaper will just give a better scratching to surfaces. Maybe test small area with chosen grit first.
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What about a kit for when colors come out that includes a one gallon color kit with 1 or two quarts of black for trim. So basically a package deal for the outside. Color for the body and all of that, and say you have tube fenders, black for the tubes of the fenders.... Like this:

See how there is black for the edges of the flares and the outer most part of the rocker guards?

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here's where i need a cardboard sign that reads
"will work for MONSTALINER!" lol
that would make a good bumper sticker
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What about a kit for when colors come out that includes a one gallon color kit with 1 or two quarts of black for trim. So basically a package deal for the outside. Color for the body and all of that, and say you have tube fenders, black for the tubes of the fenders.... Like this:

See how there is black for the edges of the flares and the outer most part of the rocker guards?
That's a great idea too. Need to get colors on the market and we'll see what people want to buy. Maybe just offer a discount on black quarts if ordered at same time with color kit.
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why are you up and on JF at 2:30am? i'm slaving away at work, what's your excuse? lol

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that would make a good bumper sticker
Sounds like me I am set for now though... I still have that Chassis Saver in the garage. I was hoping to get that done this summer in prep for the winter, but that obviously didn't work out.

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That's a great idea too. Need to get colors on the market and we'll see what people want to buy. Maybe just offer a discount on black quarts if ordered at same time with color kit.
Sounds like a good idea.

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why are you up and on JF at 2:30am? i'm slaving away at work, what's your excuse? lol
He seems to be on at the weirdest times. I remember him saying something about working from home a lot, and he only works with a desktop which means he is not in the comfort of his bed like I am.

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The parts I need to finish fixing the frame should be shipping this week then I'll be coating the frame with Chassis Saver finally! Any idea when the Red Monstaliner will be ready. I'm going to start body work soon and already have some stuff that could be coated.

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LuckRider or Magnetman,

Any issues ya'll can think of for applying Monsta over a chrome bumper? I have already put a palm sander to it with 80 grit and wiped clean with MEK. Do I need to put chassis saver on it for a primer or just go with the sanding? Thanks for all your input...Scott
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Any issues ya'll can think of for applying Monsta over a chrome bumper? I have already put a palm sander to it with 80 grit and wiped clean with MEK. Do I need to put chassis saver on it for a primer or just go with the sanding? Thanks for all your input...Scott
You could get Metal Ready or any other metal etcher to help the paint stick. When I painted my headlight rings and rock guards that were chrome I sanded with 80 grit and then soaked them in Metal Ready for 24hrs. The Chassis Saver stuck great.

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Magnet told me when I asked him the question that a scuff to 80 would suffice, but I thought about sandblasting. I ended up skipping all of that, but you could also use a 2k primer on it to ensure good adhesion. I have heard of some issues with bubbling from basic rattle can primers in this thread.

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