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post #3556 of 13185 Old 05-24-2011, 06:34 PM
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Ok tried to find this but with over 237 [ages its getting hard to look back... I remember someone posting about rolling Monsta on with a smooth finish.. anthing more on this? does it wor and if so how? did my inside last summer and it still looks great and would like to do the outside but the Wife said NO. but likes the idea of a smooth finish so I hope this can be done

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Ok tried to find this but with over 237 [ages its getting hard to look back... I remember someone posting about rolling Monsta on with a smooth finish.. anthing more on this? does it wor and if so how? did my inside last summer and it still looks great and would like to do the outside but the Wife said NO. but likes the idea of a smooth finish so I hope this can be done
Hey there

Rolling smoother involves thinning a little with some slow solvent (not MEK) and not re-rolling too much on the 2nd coat. Kind of let the bumps made by the roller level out.

Are you thinking black or a color?
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Black, Love the Monsta but wife wants the outside smooth. So would I use a finer roller? and what 2 gallons for a CJ7?
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Black, Love the Monsta but wife wants the outside smooth. So would I use a finer roller? and what 2 gallons for a CJ7?
Without roof it's about 1.5 gallons

My honest opinion, it's a little hard to get really smooth and have it look really even. Monstaliner has a lot of additives to thicken the coating because it was designed to give texture. It's formulated to have poor flow and leveling.

Is any texture acceptable?
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post #3560 of 13185 Old 05-24-2011, 07:32 PM
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If it was up to me I would just do it the same as the inside. but the wife dont like that look on the outside. Im sure some would be fine, just worried what it would look like
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If it was up to me I would just do it the same as the inside. but the wife dont like that look on the outside. Im sure some would be fine, just worried what it would look like
I got a lot of rolling to do in the next few weeks and lots of pics and video to shoot. I'll show you some options.

Actually going next week to find a door skin, qtr panel and hood to do demos on so there will be plenty of stuff to see.
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How many gallons would be needed for an interior tub of a TJ

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1 gallon should be more than enough to do the interior.

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I will be ordering 1 gallon of medium Grey Quartz very soon!

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1 is all you need for any TJ/LJ tub

Pics of that would be awesome.

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Ordered a gallon on Monday. Any idea when this should ship as I am looking to roll this weekend. Also, what kind of prep work should I do to the tub of my CJ? I have been taking pix of this project as I go and will post once the project is done.
Btw, the PO installed Dynamat in the front half of the tub. What a pain in the azz to remove. I am about done removing it, but let me be the first to say, if you plan to install Dynamat in any of your vehicles, be sure you really want it because removing it sucks grasshopper nuts!!!!
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I got a lot of rolling to do in the next few weeks and lots of pics and video to shoot. I'll show you some options.

Actually going next week to find a door skin, qtr panel and hood to do demos on so there will be plenty of stuff to see.
Ok thanks will hold off on my plans for a week or so and see how it turns out. Really want to get this done soon
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Just curious, has anyone monstalined their tire carrier yet? Pics?

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Just curious, has anyone monstalined their tire carrier yet? Pics?
didnt do my Tire carrier but did monsta my rollbar, love the look. dont see any reason not to do the tire carrier, only reason I havent done mine is its a after marker swing out on the bumper is it power coated and still looks great
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