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post #2851 of 13170 Old 03-29-2011, 01:18 PM Thread Starter
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Last June, I moved and didnt get to it last Fall and then got lazy

I can buy one if that was too long ago and they arent really spendy. You will just have to PM me details on how to order one.
Had nothing to do with the sticker.

Your rollers were from a faulty batch we had from some drug cartel factory in Mexico. Problem has been resolved since then. Sorry about the foam pieces

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Had nothing to do with the sticker.

Your rollers were from a faulty batch we had from some drug cartel factory in Mexico. Problem has been resolved since then. Sorry about the foam pieces

Cool, it wasnt bad just annoying. Great to know you got it swapped out. I have already had a few people ask what brand of bedliner and I was more than happy to tell them Monstaliner
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Your rollers were from a faulty batch we had from some drug cartel factory in Mexico. Problem has been resolved since then. Sorry about the foam pieces
I bought mine in March of last year. It'll probably be another month or two till I'll actually be able to apply it (long story). Will I have the same kind of problem with my rollers? I bought a 1 gallon kit for the TJ and a 2 gallon kit for my F250 bed.
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Magnet Man,
How thick can you apply it? Does it soften under extreme heat? I live in arizona and often take trips out into the desert for days at a time. Things get quite hot in the summer with outside temps getting up around 110. I was looking for something that can be thicker than just paint as to help shield some of the heat from the drivetrain under the tub. In May I start my build-thread article for a website but I am looking for a liner for the project.
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that looks amazing. I wont ever consider another liner again
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I bought mine in March of last year. It'll probably be another month or two till I'll actually be able to apply it (long story). Will I have the same kind of problem with my rollers? I bought a 1 gallon kit for the TJ and a 2 gallon kit for my F250 bed.
it's possible man. I'm trying to forget about the bad rollers

PM me a shipping address, you're the proud recipient of 5 new problem free blue foam rollers
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Magnet Man,
How thick can you apply it? Does it soften under extreme heat? I live in arizona and often take trips out into the desert for days at a time. Things get quite hot in the summer with outside temps getting up around 110. I was looking for something that can be thicker than just paint as to help shield some of the heat from the drivetrain under the tub. In May I start my build-thread article for a website but I am looking for a liner for the project.
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Up to 1" thick but that would take 25 gallons for a jeep tub and cost just under $3000

sorry, doing tequilla shots again

2 coats is all you need, that's about thickness of a dime. you can do more if you want
we tested a cured panel with a bernzomatic torch on back side for 2 hours with surface temp of Monstaliner maintained between 185 - 200 deg F

coating softens slightly and returns to 100% normal on cooling

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Magnet, about how hot did you have the torch on the backside? I can't remember, but I think they are about 600 degrees which is very hot for something that is being applied to automotive metal.

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Magnet, about how hot did you have the torch on the backside? I can't remember, but I think they are about 600 degrees which is very hot for something that is being applied to automotive metal.
we propped up panel and directed torch to opposite side that Monstaliner was coated on (the metal side). we then shot an IR temp guage at the surface of coating and adjusted distance/position of torch until we had steady 185, 190, 200 readings

what is 600 degrees?
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I was wondering what the temp of the flame was. I thought they ran somewhere around 600 at a certain setting.

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I was wondering what the temp of the flame was. I thought they ran somewhere around 600 at a certain setting.
that could be but no sense in cooking the coating if not a realistic test

we just pulled back the torch and/or lowered flame size to get temp stable

I got it on video. it's boring
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Yeah, it made more sense to me after you posted the part about stabilizing temps.

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Man, I can't seem to find it, but on the subject of gloss black Chassis Saver, I could've sworn I recently saw you mention that if the area covered in it will see sun, then you can put some sort of top coat over it, either within 24 hours or only after 24 hours, something along those lines. I don't know if it was rattle can clear or rattle can gloss black or what.

Any specific recommendations for that? I'm probably going to use it to coat my beefed up rear crossmember (no rear bumper), and I'd like to keep it looking sharp. I realize that unlike Monstaliner, the Chassis Saver is not UV permanent...
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Deacon, you are right, it is not UV stable. Here you go:
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Dry Time @75°F . . Airdrytotouch:2to3hours–Tackfree:3to5hours–Marfree :
6to8hours–Fullcure:48to72hours
RecoatTime ..... 3 hrs minimum / 24 hrs maximum. For films cured over 24 hours,
scuff sanding is required using 400 grit sandpaper to dull gloss.

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Deacon, you are right, it is not UV stable. Here you go:
Good info, thanks for sharing that. It sounds like you want to top coat it less than 24 hours after the final Chassis Saver coat goes on. Now the question is: with what?
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