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post #2986 of 13158 Old 04-10-2011, 01:19 PM
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I was just reading this: http://www.monstaliner.com/monstalin...s_techdata.htm
It's at the bottom of the screen, "1 Gallon for a 2 door Wrangler Jeep tub or 6 foot pickup bed."

Eric, I yet have to test the paint that's currently in my tub with mineral spirits. I did however had the chance to try it with a rag with thinner.
How would you say thinner is compared to mineral spirits? As you said I used some thinner and rubbed the paint. That became dull but the rag did not get really black, just slighty gray. Mineral spirits should be less aggressive then, right?
And I don't mind rubbing that old layer of paint with thinner, it's going to get covered up anyway...

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I was just reading this: http://www.monstaliner.com/monstalin...s_techdata.htm
It's at the bottom of the screen, "1 Gallon for a 2 door Wrangler Jeep tub or 6 foot pickup bed."

Eric, I yet have to test the paint that's currently in my tub with mineral spirits. I did however had the chance to try it with a rag with thinner.
How would you say thinner is compared to mineral spirits? As you said I used some thinner and rubbed the paint. That became dull but the rag did not get really black, just slighty gray. Mineral spirits should be less aggressive then, right?
And I don't mind rubbing that old layer of paint with thinner, it's going to get covered up anyway...
All "Paint Thinner" sold in stores is mineral spirits. You should have no issues.
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Stock Jeep Colors

Anyone know of an online listing of past interior/exterior Jeep colors offered by Chrysler
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I'd like to know that myself. A buddy is looking for the paint code for the TJ "Intense Blue" to redo his whole CJ.
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http://moparattitude.com/cgi-bin/col...l=Jeep&rows=50

this is the best i could find. it jumps from 91 all the way to 06, and i don't see an intense blue . hope it helps.

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I'd like to know that myself. A buddy is looking for the paint code for the TJ "Intense Blue" to redo his whole CJ.
What year is friends TJ?
Sorry I misread that. Do you know what year the code is from he is looking for?
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I'd like to know that myself. A buddy is looking for the paint code for the TJ "Intense Blue" to redo his whole CJ.
Intense Blue
PB3- Factory paint code for intense blue pearlcoat (Or VB3???)
DT-8987 Factory paint desigation code
5357- PPG formula number

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Not sure about that. Smooth with no texture is likely to resist algae and barnicles better.

Why don't I send you some coated panels with a hole in them to hang in the water.
That would work well, the only issue is whether or not the material it is on will dissolve? I guess it doesn't matter much. You should still have my information from an order/previous request, if not PM me.

On another note, has anyone removed the TJ roll bar padding and Monstalined the cage? I searched for pictures and found none... I might end up ordering an extra quart for that; I plan on doing my tub next week.

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That would work well, the only issue is whether or not the material it is on will dissolve? I guess it doesn't matter much. You should still have my information from an order/previous request, if not PM me.

On another note, has anyone removed the TJ roll bar padding and Monstalined the cage? I searched for pictures and found none... I might end up ordering an extra quart for that; I plan on doing my tub next week.
No one has MONSTA'ed the roll bar from what I know, but I have seen people raptor line it or have it line-xed no reason you wouldnt be able to unbolt your cage from the Heep and do it.

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That would work well, the only issue is whether or not the material it is on will dissolve? I guess it doesn't matter much. You should still have my information from an order/previous request, if not PM me.

On another note, has anyone removed the TJ roll bar padding and Monstalined the cage? I searched for pictures and found none... I might end up ordering an extra quart for that; I plan on doing my tub next week.
For this purpose we would use metal panels either steel or aluminum.

Please Confirm: This is fresh water you are talking about testing in???

If you decide to do the roll bar get the small roller kit we have now. Comes with 2" wide rollers and foam sponge block, very handy for a small price
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No one has MONSTA'ed the roll bar from what I know, but I have seen people raptor line it or have it line-xed no reason you wouldnt be able to unbolt your cage from the Heep and do it.
why unbolt it? if it's not rusted around the base or on the underside i would just liner over the whole mess. tape the torx slots of course, but imo i see no need to go through the extra hassle. i plan to just chassis saver the cage and put the pads back on, but that's just me.

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For this purpose we would use metal panels either steel or aluminum.

Please Confirm: This is fresh water you are talking about testing in???

If you decide to do the roll bar get the small roller kit we have now. Comes with 2" wide rollers and foam sponge block, very handy for a small price
Yes, it is freshwater. Thanks for the advice on the small kit, I will look into it when I make up my mind.

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why unbolt it? if it's not rusted around the base or on the underside i would just liner over the whole mess. tape the torx slots of course, but imo i see no need to go through the extra hassle. i plan to just chassis saver the cage and put the pads back on, but that's just me.
I figure it would be easier to get at and store while its being rolled, and would create space for you to do the inside of your tub too. I wouldn't want to stand on my wet monstaliner in the tub to get to the roll bars.... just saying

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I figure it would be easier to get at and store while its being rolled, and would create space for you to do the inside of your tub too. I wouldn't want to stand on my wet monstaliner in the tub to get to the roll bars.... just saying
do the cage first problem solved


from my experience with monsta, i would not want to do the liner indoors anyway, unless you have a separate garage with no ignition sources or great ventilation available.

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Sorry if this has been asked already, what about adherence to fiberglas? specifically gelcoat and unfinished sides... thanks
Previously painted fiberglass where coating is in good condition needs just scuff sanding same as if it was painted metal

Uncoated/new fiberglass must be primed using 2K epoxy primer before installing Monstaliner
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