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post #3601 of 13284 Old 05-30-2011, 08:43 PM
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Wow it sprayed beautifully!


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I put in a request on the Monstaliner website for a sample panel back on May 2nd. Nothing came after a couple weeks so I called and talked to someone on the phone. They said that they were sending it out then. Still nothing...

Has anyone else had this trouble? I'm debating between Monstalner and Raptor liner. But Raptor liner is a little bit cheaper and comes with the spray gun. But if Monstaliner can't even manage to get a sample in the mail in almost a month that makes me really hesitant to order from them.
We're out of sample panels right now until the end of this week. You should have never been told it was being sent since everyone knows we are out.
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post #3603 of 13284 Old 05-30-2011, 10:54 PM
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Just finished lining it! It looks amazing! The Monsta was wonderful to use. I love it! Except it's on my fingers and I've been trying to get it off for ages. No luck.















Pictures of the process in my build thread.

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post #3604 of 13284 Old 05-31-2011, 12:19 AM
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here's a short video that shows how awesome this stuff covers in just one coat. no i have no idea why it takes you to my photobucket instead of imbedding the video.
clicky on the picky below


i think it has a better texture than the original black. here's a few pics of the texture close up.

i'm not worried about the windshield crease in the hood, i will be louvering the hood somehow in the future so they will be taken care of somehow.






WOW! That looks really good.
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post #3605 of 13284 Old 05-31-2011, 12:26 AM
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looks amazing sprayed. im so excited.


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post #3606 of 13284 Old 05-31-2011, 10:43 AM
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few more pictures of the complete inside and out (minus the inside of the windshield frame, that's just getting painted.).


















that's the dash plate and the cap for the hmmwv style intake i plan on fabricating.

and here's one of my little helper.

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it's not much to look at... but it's mine.
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few more pictures of the complete inside and out (minus the inside of the windshield frame, that's just getting painted.).


















that's the dash plate and the cap for the hmmwv style intake i plan on fabricating.

and here's one of my little helper.
Wow, looks cool. I didn't know you could get texture when spraying it on. Did you do it outside? Just out of curiosity, have you guys had the 90% + humidity up there that we have had the past few days? Just curious as to how that affected things for you.

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We're out of sample panels right now until the end of this week. You should have never been told it was being sent since everyone knows we are out.
Sorry about this
Alright, thanks for the reply.

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Just wanted to let everyone know this guy is a great business man and a pleasure to deal with. I had a minor problem about 1.5 years ago with the rollers that were in the kits and he solved my problem as soon as he found out! Magnetman for President!!! Thanks again.

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post #3610 of 13284 Old 05-31-2011, 02:46 PM
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Also, I was wondering about the YJ above- did you spray your radiator also? I can't see this stuff being too good for dispersing heat. Other than that I think it'll look great when finished.

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post #3611 of 13284 Old 05-31-2011, 03:10 PM
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Wow, looks cool. I didn't know you could get texture when spraying it on. Did you do it outside? Just out of curiosity, have you guys had the 90% + humidity up there that we have had the past few days? Just curious as to how that affected things for you.
yes the humidity was crazy bad over the weekend, yes it most certainly had an effect on the spraying. i doubt it had an effect on the texture, i mixed the whole gallon and had it sprayed on in less than 30-45 minutes, not really enough time for much "skinning" of the pot to occur. if you were to spray alot and not have everything completely prepped i would only mix one quart at a time using 4oz of catalyst into a quart sized spray gun.

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Also, I was wondering about the YJ above- did you spray your radiator also? I can't see this stuff being too good for dispersing heat. Other than that I think it'll look great when finished.
radiator is temporary. the permanent one is in the mail. that radiator leaks and is just hanging by a wire.

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Looks great! Great to see another YJ that has a "monsta'd" exterior...
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Just placed my order tonight. Found the free shipping and chassis saver offer just in time. Can't wait to finally get my Jeep done.

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