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post #3721 of 13185 Old 06-08-2011, 09:10 PM
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I hate to post a competing brand in this thread, but Im sure Monsta is a better liner. In fact I just got in on the 2 Gal deal!

That said has any one tried Als Liner HNR before laying down the Monsta? http://alsliner.com/alsHNR.php "Al's HNR, is proprietary blend of latex synthetic polymers. It contains acrylic, PVA and vinyl styrene and reinforced with ceramic."

Im really concerned with the heat coming off the trans tunnel after lining the tub.

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You have the 6-speed.... I have the 42rle 4-speed auto. Mine puts off way more heat and I have had the monsta in this Jeep for just over a year with no issues. I have driven hours on end up mountainous hills with no issue. My last Jeep had it for a few months before that one went boom.

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I hate to post a competing brand in this thread, but Im sure Monsta is a better liner. In fact I just got in on the 2 Gal deal!

That said has any one tried Als Liner HNR before laying down the Monsta? http://alsliner.com/alsHNR.php "Al's HNR, is proprietary blend of latex synthetic polymers. It contains acrylic, PVA and vinyl styrene and reinforced with ceramic."

Im really concerned with the heat coming off the trans tunnel after lining the tub.
All is fair in competitive comparisons
We have not evaluated that product in liquid form yet but I did request a dry swatch from them once

Seemed very soft so I jabbed at it with a fork while I ate my dinner. Was not impressed. Monstaliner is much tougher

There won't be any issues with heat damaging the coating. It will offer slight insulating properties but not like a very thick polyurea type like Line-x
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Als makes a Heat and Noise Reducer that I wanted to lay down before the Monsta. The say ""Al's HNR, is proprietary blend of latex synthetic polymers. It contains acrylic, PVA and vinyl styrene and reinforced with ceramic."

Can I lay this down before the Monsta to cut down on the heat?
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Als makes a Heat and Noise Reducer that I wanted to lay down before the Monsta. The say ""Al's HNR, is proprietary blend of latex synthetic polymers. It contains acrylic, PVA and vinyl styrene and reinforced with ceramic."

Can I lay this down before the Monsta to cut down on the heat?
That stuff is a copy of Lizardskin
You probably can but we have not yet tested that type of product under Monstaliner

Does Als say you can put the HNR under their liner?
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Als Suggests it under their liner for interiors such as Jeeps. The reason I lean toward the Als HNR vs Lizardskin is that it can be rolled in. I dont have the equipment to do a spray in, so I cant do the Lizardskin.

Is there anything chemically that would make it not work with the Monsta?
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Als Suggests it under their liner for interiors such as Jeeps. The reason I lean toward the Als HNR vs Lizardskin is that it can be rolled in. I dont have the equipment to do a spray in, so I cant do the Lizardskin.

Is there anything chemically that would make it not work with the Monsta?
No, it's a latex/acrylic based elastomeric type coating. As long as it does not cure with a shiny surface Monstaliner should stick to it well.

Just observe whatever recoat time is recommended for putting another coating over it.

Since it has water in it you must make sure it is fully cured before topcoating.
DO NOT put it on thicker than they recommend or it could take much longer for all water to migrate out of the coating
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i know i have read it in here befor but will and how well will monsta do on fiberglass

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x2, it would be awesome on a hard top or something.

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Does perfectly. They have a rat bed in their gallery on the website. They fixed some large rust holes with CS< Fiberglass, and Monstaliner.

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thanks a ton for the picture.....was there enough in the one gallon to do the whole tub and also the roll cage?
yes, there was enough but just enough.Bar was tricky for me last year, but they have a new small roller kit you can get now that should make it easyer. think it like $2. get it, will help in the corners and small places inside also
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yeah i dont know why i forgot about people doing the hard tops . i was just thinking about a new project im planing right now for my new truck im going to be putting prerunner fenders and bedsides on and was thinking i might monsta the whole truck in lime green but i am still just planing i will be ordering the truck in august and then the lift and other parts in september so i got time to think about it still

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I have 5 x 2 Gallon Black Monstaliner Kits I need to move for a distributor of ours who can't sell them.
He sells only 1 gallon kits. They are located right now in Michigan

Anyone interested at 20% off the $239 price with free shipping?
This is a great deal with net cost to buyer @ $191.20

Buy 1 or buy all

My customer will UPS direct to you and we'll provide a 1 time use coupon code for you to pay us through the Monstaliner web site

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edit 6:02PM: 4 kits remain
can I sell all by midnight?

8:48PM: 3 kits remain
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x2, it would be awesome on a hard top or something.
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Last 2 Gal Monstaliner Kit Available @ 20% off + Free Shipping

4 Kits Sold, 4 Paid for

Last kit left and going soon hopefully, any takers

5 x 2 Gallon Black Monstaliner Kits I need to move for a distributor of ours who can't sell them.
He sells only 1 gallon kits. They are located right now in Michigan

Anyone interested at 20% off the $239 price with free shipping?
This is a great deal with net cost to buyer @ $191.20

Buy 1 or buy all

My customer will UPS direct to you and we'll provide a 1 time use coupon code for you to pay us through the Monstaliner web site

PM me if interested
Please do not post here

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