Just to comment on the insides of the flares, I am not sure what he is trying to accomplish. Monstaliner is great, but I really don't think it is worth trying to get it to stick to the plastic since there is nothing to gain. The flares do the best they can to keep mud from sticking, the insides don't get chewed up by gravel, and they are smooth so it is even harder to get to stick. WD40 every week or 2 will help the mud slide off.
I believe Boodyrider has many good points here. That is why I like that you guys are at least taking the time to essentially give away some of the product to locals. It really answers essential questions to.
On my way home from school I actually thought a lot about it. I was wondering, like boodyrider said, about the heat issue. Can anyone find what the other liners say about that???
Another thing I question how well it will stay in place during drying. A product that is laid on as thick as this one might run on vertical parts of the tub. I guess since this has been used on many trucks this is not an issue, but what about upside down, like on bumpers?
How well does it stick to plastic? How thick can it be laid on for plastic? Since it is only good to a certain temp, can I take a heat gun to make it maleable should something happen?
On the interior over the trans tunnel, how much heat will it transmit into the Jeep, is it better or worse than just carpet?
How about the finsh, is it like a rubber tool handle, or is it like a plastic? Can it contact wires with no problem?
For the drain holes in the tub, do I need to plug them with newspaper when coating, or can I put a small amount around the rim?
How about coverage. How much does it take to do the tub? What about a bumpers? rockers? flares? Can you make a Jeep specific kit when this is figured out. One can for the tub, another for a bumper? What about a mix cup with lines so that the 2 gallon can can be split up? That way a person only has to mix up as much as need, not just in 1/4s. Like mentioned before, a trim kit, with enough for bumpers, rockers, flares, and a little extra for something else? Then a kit for just the tub to do it in steps if prefered?
I think all of these questions could be answered with a few test Jeeps, and I think it is a really good idea. As for being new to the forum, having well trusted members recieve a set to test would also make sense. I know that if someone like mrBlaine, Gunkel, or Jerry Bransford trusted this product, many would listen because they are well respected forum members.
Once again goodluck with your product, and remember, if you want another tester, let me know. I think we might be able to work something out.
EDIT: To magnetman, My Name is Luckrider, I am a Jeeper, and I am addicted. As an addict, us Jeepers need our daily fix. Some more than others, and some get it diffently. I get mine be reading JF and DDin my Jeep. Being on JF means that you need to update often to satisfy our (at least my) addiction. Also, read the last part of my sig.