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Unread 06-26-2011, 08:38 PM   #3871
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Colors

Alright color swatches are up on the web site but I don't like some of them.
It's really hard to photograph this stuff and get it to look on screen like it does in person so I'll still be working on it this week.

Color Chips Page

All new colors are added to the pricing page and I'll have the selling prices up tomorrow.

Pricing Page

This is "Barbaric" Ha!, "Jungle Love" and "Smurfadelic" Texture sucks, gotta redo them. I was in a hurry


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Unread 06-26-2011, 08:42 PM   #3872
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That Smurfadelic sure looks like Intense Blue. Loots of good looking colors in there
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Unread 06-26-2011, 08:56 PM   #3873
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That Smurfadelic sure looks like Intense Blue. Loots of good looking colors in there
All the colors look so awesome in person but they look like crap on screen

I'm going to have to pull some short hairs to get this all to look better

Jeep Spice is making a run for #1 so far followed by Desert Sand
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Unread 06-27-2011, 12:16 AM   #3874
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i'm sure i speak for all on this thread when i say how much we appreciate your had work and diligence with your color product line. the colors and your web site look great! i think we need a few posts of straight kudos for eric and his team that have brought us an amazing product and even more amazingly that he has catered so much to the community here on jeep forum.
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Unread 06-27-2011, 12:16 AM   #3875
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They look AMAZING. I LOVE the blue one, Smurfadelic, Luckrider is right, it almost exactly matches Intense Blue. Wow. I put in a request for the "mean green mother" paint chip, if it matches, or at least closely resembles, the rest of the green on my Jeep, I've got to add it to my list!

I might've put "monster" instead of "mother" on the color request thing. Oopsie. I hope that's okay. It's hard to concentrate on typing when there's a bunny on my keyboard.

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I agree with Mikebreaker. You have worked SO HARD on all these things for the Jeep community here and I really appreciate it. Your flexibility with your product, adding colors and making it sprayable and smooth and all that, is unmatched. Thank you for all your hard work on this product.
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Unread 06-27-2011, 05:57 PM   #3876
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Any word on the decals. Thought with all that hard work I should give u a little more work. Great job by the way.
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Unread 06-27-2011, 06:23 PM   #3877
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i'm sure i speak for all on this thread when i say how much we appreciate your had work and diligence with your color product line. the colors and your web site look great! i think we need a few posts of straight kudos for eric and his team that have brought us an amazing product and even more amazingly that he has catered so much to the community here on jeep forum.

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Unread 06-27-2011, 09:28 PM   #3878
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Hey Thanks for the help on the phone today. Just placed order for 2 gallons of Magnapoxy and some lt.grey for the Jeep. Should have trailers off to powder coat end of the week-if all goes well and the powder comes in anyway... Very much looking forward to getting this wrapped up!

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Unread 06-27-2011, 10:15 PM   #3879
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Hey Thanks for the help on the phone today. Just placed order for 2 gallons of Magnapoxy and some lt.grey for the Jeep. Should have trailers off to powder coat end of the week-if all goes well and the powder comes in anyway... Very much looking forward to getting this wrapped up!

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No problem, looking forward to pics of the completed projects!
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Unread 06-28-2011, 08:40 AM   #3880
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Stuck Seat Bolt

I'm hesitating to cut the head off a star bolt we can't get free holding the driver seat in the jeep in our warehouse. Last bolt from both seats so the job is stalled until we get it out

Just can't get leverage on it. If I cut the head off to free the seat what do I do then to get it out. I don't think there will be enough left sticking out to get a grip on it with vice grips?

I'm sure this is a common problem. Any advice?
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Unread 06-28-2011, 08:41 AM   #3881
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Can you weld? Tack a hex nut on there and use a regular socket to back it out.
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Unread 06-28-2011, 08:54 AM   #3882
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Even simpler than that, hit it with a little heat. Mine had some loctite on them which needed to be heated to remove. Even a little butane pocket torch will work-just needs to be warmed and carressed a bit, then should turn right out. IF that doesnt work, do like the above-tack a hex nut on it and turn it out that way.

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Edit-obvious side note-replace with regular grade 8 hex head bolts so you dont have to mess with those dumb stars again...
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Unread 06-28-2011, 09:02 AM   #3883
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We've torched it and soaked with WD40 for days

Going to try an extension on the ratchet later and some more muscle

The welded nut is a great option as last resort, thanks!

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Even simpler than that, hit it with a little heat. Mine had some loctite on them which needed to be heated to remove. Even a little butane pocket torch will work-just needs to be warmed and carressed a bit, then should turn right out. IF that doesnt work, do like the above-tack a hex nut on it and turn it out that way.

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Edit-obvious side note-replace with regular grade 8 hex head bolts so you dont have to mess with those dumb stars again...
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Can you weld? Tack a hex nut on there and use a regular socket to back it out.
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Unread 06-28-2011, 09:53 AM   #3884
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Dang, after all that you may need to weld the nut on after all. Depending on which bolt it is, can be tough to get leverage on it or a long enough cheater. If you havent done so already, you can try heat from under the rig too-heat the top good then try and turn it out from above while a buddy is applying heat on the stud itself from under the rig. After all that, you're now where I'd be grabbing the welder... Sucks-I hate stuck bolts!

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Unread 06-28-2011, 10:01 AM   #3885
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One other trick is to use some sort of grinder, and cut the round head of the bolt into a more square head. Then you can get vice grips or something similar on it with some better grip and turn it out. If you cannot weld or it is difficult to weld this may be a good option, but welding a nut on would probably be the best way.
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