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post #2926 of 13188 Old 04-04-2011, 02:29 AM
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My pleasure. Let me know how that works for the small/tight spots. I'm not in direct communication with anyone we've shipped that to.

Maybe take some photos of it in use for me?

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I will but itis going to be till the middle of the month. Unless I can free up some time to do the tj this weekend.

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I don't think it will be an issue. Was it Gloss Black?
This has the least amount of pigment and not that I think it will clog.
.01 tip is a clear coat tip so it's 40% smaller than .014
Just go slow. If you detect a problem add a little bit extra reducer and cut back on the fluid flow to tip
Yes it is gloss black. I have a touch up spray gun with a smaller cup that would work well for small batches, but it has a .01 tip. I'll give it a try.
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hmmm OD green, I'm wondering what OD green would look like with my black jeep with tan seats and tan dash...

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post #2930 of 13188 Old 04-04-2011, 10:21 PM Thread Starter
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hmmm OD green, I'm wondering what OD green would look like with my black jeep with tan seats and tan dash...
I'm picturing it , black exterior, OD Green tub, tan...

Don't do it. Black or tan tub
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I will but itis going to be till the middle of the month. Unless I can free up some time to do the tj this weekend.

Got a million things going on. Trying to get a buisness of the ground. Need to organize the garage for a cnc plasma.
No hurry at all
Good luck with your new business!
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I'm picturing it , black exterior, OD Green tub, tan...

Don't do it. Black or tan tub
Yeah you're right. That'd probably be FUgly


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post #2933 of 13188 Old 04-05-2011, 03:12 PM
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Just in time too... I have my 1977 Cherokee Chief Sport and a 1968 M715 that need some love. Just hope that finances allow.

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Yeah you're right. That'd probably be FUgly

These colors actually do not clash but as a trio in the same jeep it won't look right

Any 2 of them work together but not all 3
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I have a friend that is looking to coat the underside of their pontoon boat...With the Monstaliner hold up against submersion? I don't think it will stay ALL the time in the water, she just wants a bit more protection on the bottom.

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Now that sounds really cool. I am interested to find out the answer. Do the pontoons move any (flex in the body)?

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She was saying a little bit. Apparently it'll be used seasonally and the bottom of the pontoon is pretty thin and will get scratched up a bit.

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Tinga is she wanting to put it on the pontoons ? i know the pontoons on mine dont flex any more than a jeep or pick up bed and i would guess that the toons could be prepped to put monsta on but my question for her is why would you want to put a textured surface on the pontoons because they are slow enough as is. on mine i keep them highly polished and put a sealer on them to keep them that way . the sealer i use is shark hide and it last for about 3 or 4 years on a boat that does not stay it the water year round.

on a side note i was thinking about using it on the deck maybe in a light gray on mine in a few years when ever the carpet starts looking bad but right now the boat looks better than it did new so it might be a wile sense its only 3 years old

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I have a friend that is looking to coat the underside of their pontoon boat...With the Monstaliner hold up against submersion? I don't think it will stay ALL the time in the water, she just wants a bit more protection on the bottom.
We've not tested the product for long term submersion and I've had a handful of emails asking about this and similar uses in marine environment.
Been telling people no or can't guarantee results. If it was above the water I would say go for it.

Is this a fiberglass or aluminum surface? Fresh water I assume?
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We've not tested the product for long term submersion and I've had a handful of emails asking about this and similar uses in marine environment.
Been telling people no or can't guarantee results. If it was above the water I would say go for it.

Is this a fiberglass or aluminum surface? Fresh water I assume?
sounds like its time to fill the bath tub....

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