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post #3271 of 13180 Old 04-26-2011, 05:21 PM
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No.... someone had to do that because the J would be closer to the wheel if it was mirrored. That was intentionally done in reality.
Are you sure this isn't the picture of a passenger side mirrored?


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Are you sure this isn't the picture of a passenger side mirrored?
Passenger side view mirrored. Radio antenna is the give away.
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It's been a while since I've asked questions.. but will the one gallon kit cover a short bed in an f250?

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post #3274 of 13180 Old 04-26-2011, 06:39 PM Thread Starter
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It's been a while since I've asked questions.. but will the one gallon kit cover a short bed in an f250?
It should. Just double check your total footage is not more than 60 sq ft
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just for that feel good feeling you should start an official countdown to release of colors! lol you know like new years, with all the sparkles and stuff and things..... and stuff. sorry RUM! celebrating a raise at work! another $1.03/hr! i'm winning!

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just for that feel good feeling you should start an official countdown to release of colors! lol you know like new years, with all the sparkles and stuff and things..... and stuff. sorry RUM! celebrating a raise at work! another $1.03/hr! i'm winning!
10..9..

I'm more excited about the 3rd video I'm almost done with in less than a week

"How to Mix Monstaliner"

Oh, and a big congrats on the raise! Will you be on here later asking for more emoticons?

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10..9..

I'm more excited about the 3rd video I'm almost done with in less than a week

"How to Mix Monstaliner"

Oh, and a big congrats on the raise! Will you be on here later asking for more emoticons?

Not the exact measurements you wanted but (edit: all measurements in INCHES and were done on a TJ not TJ unlimited just a regular TJ)


Under hardtop window (still part of hardtop) 35X4

Front hardtop pillar 4.5x26.5

Rear hardtop pillar 26.5x9

Top of hardtop 59x73



Grill 16.5x39.5

Hood (includes side of hood or curve) 65x48

Fender (flat part on top first measurement at thickest point then decreases to 0) 8x42

Side including doors 102x28

Back including rear door 56.5x18.5

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In FT we're looking at ~34ft^2 for that hard top and

~56ft^2 for the body

Both are rounded up

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post #3279 of 13180 Old 04-26-2011, 09:11 PM Thread Starter
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In FT we're looking at ~34ft^2 for that hard top and

~56ft^2 for the body

Both are rounded up
I was just goung to add you #s

So it's 2 qts or 1/2 gal for the top

The body is 1 gallon. How much over actual measurements do you estimate you have in your 56 sq ft?
Is this measured across the wheel wells without subtracting for those spots?

I'm reading back now: What is "56ft^2"

The thing that concerns me here is with an exterior being a more complex job, it's possible that more coating could go to waste which would leave someone hanging high and dry if they run out before complete. That is if the job requires very close to the 1 gallon volume.
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I was just goung to add you #s

So it's 2 qts or 1/2 gal for the top

The body is 1 gallon. How much over actual measurements do you estimate you have in your 56 sq ft?
Is this measured across the wheel wells without subtracting for those spots?

Definitely didn't subtract wheel wells and they are still added in that 56 square feet

I'm reading back now: What is "56ft^2"
56 square feet
The thing that concerns me here is with an exterior being a more complex job, it's possible that more coating could go to waste which would leave someone hanging high and dry if they run out before complete. That is if the job requires very close to the 1 gallon volume.I over measured for sure just for that reason Like the hood isnt as wide toward the front as it is towards the rear so I measured from thickest part, then measured to lip of windshield to lip of hood. Then for the sides I measured from the longest part of the fender on the side all the way to the back seem. then went from tub lip to bottom of tub. then when measuring the rear I went from back seam to back seam and from hardtop glass to rear bumper.

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I have an LJ w/ a soft top and hard doors. I should point out here that when you guys were describing the dimensions of the LJ up top, you forgot to mention it is the coolest Jeep of all the body styles! I'm sure it was just an oversight on your part...
Let me see if I understand this, it should take me one gal to do the inside and we aren't sure yet how much to do the outside?

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Am I missing something, or is this pic mirrored? its says nocibur and peej lol
Yes it's mirrored. I did that so the Jeeps were facing in the same direction, minimizing the mental gymnastics your brain has to do to spot the difference.
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Sorry I went and celebrated passing my academy physical test final Last night, so I didn't get to measure the LJ. I get off work in 4-5 hours and will measure it up then.

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Just curious what prep work other than sanding is needed? Should I remove the sound deadining goo that is in the tub of my jk? Also is the one gallon kit enough to do the entire interior tub, including the front floor pan up to the firewall? Thanks,

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311WJ, congratulations!!! Which Academy are you headed to? The Long Grey Line?

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