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post #4246 of 13179 Old 07-22-2011, 01:57 PM Thread Starter
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I added a little Monsta to the front of my hood. No more rock chips!

Would love to have a nice clear shot of that! Got a better camera?

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Would love to have a nice clear shot of that! Got a better camera?
I do indeed. That was just a quicky cell phone shot. I'll get a better shot this weekend. Actually... I'll get a great shot for you once the hood is completed. It's going to be camo in about two weeks. Would that work?

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I can help with this as my newest kit just arrived yesterday. Full shipping boxed weight is listed at 17 pounds.

That includes the 1 gallon of tintable monsta, the color tint, the catalyst, the roller/stir stick/power stick/rollers and a free Chassis Saver quart.

Hope that helps.

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Thank You I really appreciate it, I wonder will the 1 gallon kit be enough to cover the jeep tub?
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Thank You I really appreciate it, I wonder will the 1 gallon kit be enough to cover the jeep tub?
Should be plenty. I did my LJ with one gallon of the Lt. Grey and had plenty. Was concerned at first due to the added length and went light on the first coat, skipped the tailgate, then after barely using 1/3 of the gallon, went a little more on the 2nd coat, did the tailgate then had enough left to do the tailgate and most of a full 3rd coat. Keep in mind the LJ is 13" longer in the tub than the regular TJ so more square footage. You should have some left over with the TJ.

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Magnetman, thanks for the tip a while back on getting the seat torx bolt out. I've been spraying it with PB blaster for the past couple days. Tried to get it out by hand but no go. Broke the air tools out and with the air hammer on setting "2" and a swivel thing, torx bolt came out piece of cake.



Also spent most of the day removing seam sealer. The first owner did something with it and it on the passenger side and was in bad shape and cancerous.

What I got done today, rolling tomorrow.















Tonight hopefully the chassis saver is dry enough to hit the seams with new seam sealer. I'm also waiting to see how long it takes my mom to find the can of chassis saver in a plastic bag, in the fridge.
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Can you duplicate the same photo from the same angle a few times during and after installation?
Will do!

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post #4252 of 13179 Old 07-22-2011, 07:26 PM Thread Starter
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I do indeed. That was just a quicky cell phone shot. I'll get a better shot this weekend. Actually... I'll get a great shot for you once the hood is completed. It's going to be camo in about two weeks. Would that work?
Absolutely, I can wait. Send me as many shots as you like. The higher resolution the better. Let me know when ready and I'll give you email to send to

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Tonight hopefully the chassis saver is dry enough to hit the seams with new seam sealer. I'm also waiting to see how long it takes my mom to find the can of chassis saver in a plastic bag, in the fridge.
Tell her MM told you to put it in the fridge!
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Awesome Spice Job

This is NICE! Spice looks awesome with burgundy
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Tell her MM told you to put it in the fridge!
Well she found it. But said she doesn't even want to know...

I'm also going to have to buy some new respirator cartridges tomorrow. Between the chassis saver and seam sealer *I don't hardly have any brain cells left. 3M seam sealer is some strong ****.

*Proof right there.
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Well she found it. But said she doesn't even want to know...

I'm also going to have to buy some new respirator cartridges tomorrow. Between the chassis saver and seam sealer *I don't hardly have any brain cells left. 3M seam sealer is some strong ****.

*Proof right there.
Just hold your breath. Have you used the MEK yet?
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Just hold your breath. Have you used the MEK yet?
I haven't used MEK yet. I'm using up the rest of my PPG wax and grease remover and I should have enough to do the full wipe down tomorrow. Also, I assume chassis saver doesn't dissolve with harsh wax/grease removers. I've had issues before with primers dissolving off with the PPG stuff.
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I haven't used MEK yet. I'm using up the rest of my PPG wax and grease remover and I should have enough to do the full wipe down tomorrow. Also, I assume chassis saver doesn't dissolve with harsh wax/grease removers. I've had issues before with primers dissolving off with the PPG stuff.
It should not. The only thing I've ever seen damage Chassis Saver is paint remover.

What kind of primer got dissolved by GWR? Was it spray can stuff?
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Awesome.

We used to use "Tal-Strip" at the body shop. It would take the finish off of just about anything, eat nitrile gloves, and burn like hell. Good stuff, as long as you didn't get it on your shirt, or your arms. Ever tried to rip off a glove that's burning you, with a glove that's burning you? It's hard.
When I've used tal strip I buy chemical gloves. Some military surplus stores sell them. The nice thing though is it washes off your skin easy with water or spit in a pinch.
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I think I'll be the first to admit I may have put it on a TAD thick. It was also drying REALLY fast. I'm going to have to start the second coat here in about an hour. Hopefully the second coat will cover of some runny bits and it will texture up.





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