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Unread 01-26-2011, 07:58 PM   #2596
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alright. i was just wondering. do not use with liner. got it. thanks for the response.
Chassis Saver is designed to go over rust. It encapsulates the rust and prevents moisture and oxygen from getting at the metal which stops further rust from occurring.

You can certainly install Monstaliner over Chassis Saver and we encourage this if rust exists in the tub.

I would tell you to save the free quart for another application if you don't have rust in tub where you would just scuff the OEM paint and line over that.

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Unread 01-26-2011, 07:58 PM   #2597
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He was just asking if you needed to have the CS down as a base before you Monstaline.
exactly. i didn't want extra work. i would use the free CS on the frame.
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Unread 01-26-2011, 08:24 PM   #2598
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Unread 01-27-2011, 06:44 AM   #2599
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Magnetman,

Thanks for using my Jeep in above pictures and in You Tube video. Real honor!! I am still not done putting everything back together, when I do I will send you complete pictures.


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The 1 gallon kit is CLOSE on a YJ. Be careful to not go too thick on first coat, you will be pushing it to get second coat as thick. As stated above, you can see what all I covered. I thought I might have enough left over for both bumpers, but that proved to not be the case, so I ordered an additional quart kit for that after the fact. Good luck...Scott
Scott, thanks for the advice.
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Unread 01-27-2011, 06:53 AM   #2600
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MM, just ordered the reducer. Thanks. I'll be out of town when it when gets here, so it'll be ready when I get home. Then I will post up some before, during and after pics for you.
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Unread 01-29-2011, 10:41 PM   #2601
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I sent a request for a sample tonight. Hopefully I like what I see. Let me know if you got it!

For the submission form, you might want to have a momentary redirect to a confirmation page so people know it went through.
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Unread 01-30-2011, 12:28 AM   #2602
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I sent a request for a sample tonight. Hopefully I like what I see. Let me know if you got it!

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Hi Jack

I just got you email request and you had some good questions. I'm going to post it here shortly with my answers so others can read it too.

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Unread 01-30-2011, 01:01 AM   #2603
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Hi Jack

I just got you email request and you had some good questions. I'm going to post it here shortly with my answers so others can read it too.

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Awesome, thanks!

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Unread 01-30-2011, 01:21 AM   #2604
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I am working on a ground up Unimog restoration and was getting close to pulling the trigger on LineX for the Body Tub, exocage, and bed. I was still uneasy about the price (Aren't we all?) so I was keeping options open. Monstaliner sound like the most promising DIY liner I have seen. I am definitely interested! I would be looking at black for the exocage and bed, and grey for the cab (to limit the oven effect the cab has!). I was wondering if it can be applied any thicker than 40 mils? For the exocage and bed 40 mils is fine, but I was after some thickness for the cab so I could have some sound insulation (ITS A LITTLE NOISY).
You can apply Monstaliner as thick as you want you just need to consider the cost. The thicker you apply any coating the more sound dampening
you will have but there's got to be a point of deminishing return on investment. I don't know what that point is with this.
Maybe you can do something on the inside surfaces of the cab that will cost less?

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Second question is related to prep, all of the surfaces need to be sand blasted before prep, I have been holding off on doing the blasting until I know EXACTLY what I need to put down. Do you have any recommendations?
For best adhesion you need to choose a primer since we don't recommend that Monstaliner be applied direct to metal.
You could uses Chassis Saver but a 2K epoxy primer is probably best for adhesion considering you are doing the whole vehicle.

Unimogs are really cool. Got any photos to post here?
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i dropped the yj off at Jeff Daniels Jeeps in harleysville pa yesterday. i ranted about monstaliner for probably 15 minutes. the long and short of it, i may have placed enough praise, and a sample being my jeep now in their lot, that they will most likely be in touch to setup some sort of retail/wholesale arrangement. from the sounds of it, after a little self testing, they seemed also interested in using it as a part of their shops arsenal for coating products. they were plenty familiar with Chassis Saver and when told monstaliner was made by the same company i think i saw an eyebrow lift slightly.
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You can apply Monstaliner as thick as you want you just need to consider the cost. The thicker you apply any coating the more sound dampening you will have but there's got to be a point of deminishing return on investment. I don't know what that point is with this.
Maybe you can do something on the inside surfaces of the cab that will cost less?
In the past I have considered Lizard Skin, but the only problem I see is that it isn't (from what I gather) designed to be used as a top coat. I don't think it would hold up to mud/boots/washing the way a bedliner product would. Do you know if Monstaliner will adhere to Lizard Skin?

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For best adhesion you need to choose a primer since we don't recommend that Monstaliner be applied direct to metal.
You could uses Chassis Saver but a 2K epoxy primer is probably best for adhesion considering you are doing the whole vehicle.
Do you have any recommendations for a 2 Part Epoxy Primer? I see a lot of Epoxy primers, and a lot of 2-Part Urethane etc.

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Unimogs are really cool. Got any photos to post here?
There isn't much to look at right now, but in a few weeks I'll post up some pictures once its semibacktogether.

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magnet man,
i dropped the yj off at Jeff Daniels Jeeps in harleysville pa yesterday. i ranted about monstaliner for probably 15 minutes. the long and short of it, i may have placed enough praise, and a sample being my jeep now in their lot, that they will most likely be in touch to setup some sort of retail/wholesale arrangement. from the sounds of it, after a little self testing, they seemed also interested in using it as a part of their shops arsenal for coating products. they were plenty familiar with Chassis Saver and when told monstaliner was made by the same company i think i saw an eyebrow lift slightly.
Thanks for the recommendation. Just let them know they can contact me any time for more info and samples.
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In the past I have considered Lizard Skin, but the only problem I see is that it isn't (from what I gather) designed to be used as a top coat. I don't think it would hold up to mud/boots/washing the way a bedliner product would. Do you know if Monstaliner will adhere to Lizard Skin?

Do you have any recommendations for a 2 Part Epoxy Primer? I see a lot of Epoxy primers, and a lot of 2-Part Urethane etc.

There isn't much to look at right now, but in a few weeks I'll post up some pictures once its semibacktogether.

Thanks!
Monstaliner will stick to Lizardskin. Realistically, how much time before you consider what to do for sound control?

We make a good 2K epoxy primer.


Are you planning to roll or spray bedliner on the exterior?
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Unread 01-30-2011, 09:00 PM   #2609
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Monstaliner will stick to Lizardskin. Realistically, how much time before you consider what to do for sound control?

We make a good 2K epoxy primer.


Are you planning to roll or spray bedliner on the exterior?
I am at least a few weeks out on doing sound control. The cab is last after the exocage and bed coatings, as I am still working on sheet metal on the cab.

I will probably roll the bedliner on the cage and bed (bed is super flat, easy!) and I think the cage would just be too much wasted product if I were to spray.

For the cab, I am on the fence, I could roll it or spray it really. There are a few tight places, but nothing that couldn't be done.

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I am at least a few weeks out on doing sound control. The cab is last after the exocage and bed coatings, as I am still working on sheet metal on the cab.

I will probably roll the bedliner on the cage and bed (bed is super flat, easy!) and I think the cage would just be too much wasted product if I were to spray.

For the cab, I am on the fence, I could roll it or spray it really. There are a few tight places, but nothing that couldn't be done.

Thanks!
Can you get me an estimate this week on approx how many sq ft you have to coat with sound dampening material?

I have a mad scientist idea
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