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post #2311 of 13210 Old 11-17-2010, 02:33 PM
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How will this stuff hold up on the inside of my military trailer? I would do about 2 coats.

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post #2312 of 13210 Old 11-17-2010, 03:18 PM
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How will this stuff hold up on the inside of my military trailer? I would do about 2 coats.
Should be no problem. What kind of trailer? Give some more info.
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post #2314 of 13210 Old 11-17-2010, 07:33 PM
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How will this stuff hold up on the inside of my military trailer? I would do about 2 coats.

I did the inside of my steel trailer tub a few months back - so far so great. You need two coats. I also used the chassis saver under it. Used 3/4 quart chassis saver (2 coats) and 3/4 gallon monstaliner (2 coats).

The trailer is a 6x4 Bantam style.

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post #2315 of 13210 Old 11-18-2010, 08:19 AM
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Its a m416 military trailer im hoping to get today or tommorow. He said its got some pinholes from the sandblasting? What does that mean?
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Its a m416 military trailer im hoping to get today or tommorow. He said its got some pinholes from the sandblasting? What does that mean?
Prob meaning it has some small holes rusted through the trailer. If you have a welder and some flat copper you can put the copper under the holes and it will strike and arc to weld but the weld will not stick to the copper, it will just fill in the hole. If it's larger holes I would weld in replacement metal.

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post #2317 of 13210 Old 11-19-2010, 10:10 AM
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I was wondering if I should get this C8.25 axle I picked up sandblasted before applying Chassis Saver?

Its just surface rust.. I hit it with sandpaper and a wire wheel.. not much happened.. I didn't spend a lot of time on it yet...

I will be replacing the Drum Brake covers.. not even going to bother with them.

Local sandblasting guy wants 100.00 to do it..
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post #2318 of 13210 Old 11-19-2010, 10:55 AM Thread Starter
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I was wondering if I should get this C8.25 axle I picked up sandblasted before applying Chassis Saver?

Its just surface rust.. I hit it with sandpaper and a wire wheel.. not much happened.. I didn't spend a lot of time on it yet...

I will be replacing the Drum Brake covers.. not even going to bother with them.

Local sandblasting guy wants 100.00 to do it..
My personal opinion would be to save the $100

Hand scrape that grease I see and then pressure wash with degreaser to clean it all well. Wire brush all to remove any loose rust, let it all dry 24 hours, then coat with Chassis Saver

On the other hand if you have the extra $100 to spend you will have a nicer uniform surface to coat with Chassis Saver.

Choice is: Cheap and not so smooth vs $100, smooth and prettier
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post #2319 of 13210 Old 11-19-2010, 12:19 PM
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Ok Quick Question, I will be painting my chassis this weekend with Chassis Saver on a freshly sandblasted and cleaned frame. Will I get good results from brushing it on or should I spray it? If Brushing should I use any special type of brush? (I picked up a cheaper HF gravity feed gun a while back and have not used it yet.)
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Ok Quick Question, I will be painting my chassis this weekend with Chassis Saver on a freshly sandblasted and cleaned frame. Will I get good results from brushing it on or should I spray it? If Brushing should I use any special type of brush? (I picked up a cheaper HF gravity feed gun a while back and have not used it yet.)
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If you're using the gloss black, that stuff flows with virtually no brush marks. Best results honestly using a throw away black foam brush. Add 5% reducer to make it flow even better. Do not brush apply coats heavy or it can cure with bubbles.

Try a small spot like that and see what it looks like.

If you do decide to spray and don't have our S8 Reducer you need to use Xylol/Xylene to reduce. Use NO Lac Thinner anywhere near Chassis Saver. And if ever you have a spray gun that was previously cleaned with LT, flush it first with your reducing solvent and discard what comes out of gun
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Is there any difference, protection wise, between the different colors of Chassis Saver? It mentions on the website about the aluminum flake filling in pits in the silver-aluminum, and wondered if that made a difference.

I was thinking about coating the underside and frame of my pickup with it next summer. The truck is silver, so if I get that far I'm hoping the colors aren't too dissimilar.
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Is there any difference, protection wise, between the different colors of Chassis Saver? It mentions on the website about the aluminum flake filling in pits in the silver-aluminum, and wondered if that made a difference.

I was thinking about coating the underside and frame of my pickup with it next summer. The truck is silver, so if I get that far I'm hoping the colors aren't too dissimilar.
They all stop rust. I love the silver because it does not change appearance in the sun and yes it is filled with aluminum flake so it has fill properties where black does not.

It looks aluminum. And besides, how can you see the top and bottom of your truck at the same time? It actually looks great on a frame. Different.

You'll see more of it in videos soon. Or look here, bottom of page. 9" Ford Rear end & utility trailer.
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They all stop rust. I love the silver because it does not change appearance in the sun and yes it is filled with aluminum flake so it has fill properties where black does not.

It looks aluminum. And besides, how can you see the top and bottom of your truck at the same time? It actually looks great on a frame. Different.

You'll see more of it in videos soon. Or look here, bottom of page. 9" Ford Rear end & utility trailer.
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Only part I'd really be able to see are the wheel wells. Probably thinking about that too much. The frame does need a bit of work, so it sounds like the aluminum would be the better choice.

I really should have paid attention to the MSDS earlier, would have explained what I asked. And looking back I may have come off sounding worse than I intended. Sorry about that.

I'll look forward to seeing more about it. And now I just have to figure out what I could try it on without tearing the truck apart.
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post #2324 of 13210 Old 11-20-2010, 01:32 AM
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Breaker_5 U R a comedian!

You guys can't be expected to know all this stuff yet. That's why I am hanging out here. I'll be working all day tomorrow and Saturday to try and square away the tintable formula.

Also for everyone's info, I have signed up as a vendor at the Pirate to try and get some more business going. This should be interesting so wish me luck. I'm starting a vendor thread there over the weekend.
My god... you thought I was rough on you here when you first came aboard.... Pirate should REALLY be interesting! Nah, I think you've earned your credibility, Monstaliner and to an extent Chassis Saver are starting to be relatively well known and certainly well talked about in the Jeep community.

So my next project is starting, YJ tub on CJ frame, and your stuff is gonna be all over the thing. Hints on spraying the bottom with Chassis Saver and Monstaliner will be appreciated. I liked the texture from rolling so that's what the inside of the tub gets, but I want really good sealing on the bottom as the project vehicle will wind up in the US Virgin Islands... and I want it to be rust free for 20 years or more. Fortunately the YJ tub is in very good shape, and the CJ frame will be well cleaned and blasted if needed.

Hints on reducing for spraying?
Hints on what to spray each product with?

I'm thinking aluminum CS for frame, Gloss black CS with ML topcoat for the tub. Probably order tomorrow or Monday...

What, 2 gallon kit with some extra rollers and a quart aluminum CS, 2 quarts black CS? ... I still wish you had Monstaliner available in quarts for smaller jobs....


BY the way... CJ Copper Metallic would be a nice color for ML....

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GENERAL ANNOUNCEMENT

In a few weeks we will have quarts available in black Monstaliner.

The kit will include a 1 Quart can of liner filled short to 28 ounces and the catalyst will be packed in a 4 ounce foil pouch
that you will cut the corner and squeeze the contents into the quart.

Tools will be included.

Comments and suggestions welcome.

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I'll be glad to get some of these....

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