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post #616 of 13211 Old 03-17-2010, 01:28 PM Thread Starter
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I want it on the TOP of my rock rails so when my family or I use them, we have traction. I currently have grip tape on there. My rails are powdercoated.
Monstaliner is not going to give you the kind of traction that you get from grip tape.

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If I want to install this on top of my rock slider rails, what prep do I need to do to the powdercoat to make it all work?
I ride a big fat hog with apes.

Show me what a rock slider rail looks like please.
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They are hard core side steps that protect the rocker panel:


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They are hard core side steps that protect the rocker panel:
That's what I thought, thanks

I really doubt that any coating will withstand being beaten like that. Don't these bars get the OEM finish chipped or worn off them on a regular basis?
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They don't really come like that from the factory, and the ones you can get as a dealer accessory are just that: accessories, not proper armor.

That's why most people end up rattle-canning their armor. When it gets scratched and scraped, it's easy to touch up. Some people go this method with powder coating, too, to varying degrees of success depending on the type and quality of the powdercoat (and application process) and how much it's asked to withstand.
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I think the biggest part is how hard they are punished, if they play in the big rocks of Johnson Valley, the sliders themselves don't last. Trail riding should hold up, but I think the best thing is still rattle can for easy touch up.

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They don't really come like that from the factory, and the ones you can get as a dealer accessory are just that: accessories, not proper armor.

That's why most people end up rattle-canning their armor. When it gets scratched and scraped, it's easy to touch up. Some people go this method with powder coating, too, to varying degrees of success depending on the type and quality of the powdercoat (and application process) and how much it's asked to withstand.
So what you are saying is that there are 2 types: show off versions and real armor for the serious enthusiast

You'd have a tough time sandblasting Monstaliner. As far as banging it off against rocks and boulders, who wants to try first?
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Yup... the show off type are Mopar made, and they are black diamond plate.

I KNOW you would have a tough time sandblasting because a wire brush was just attacking the the rust underneath. I have it on my bumper, but I don't think I can smash it on anything well enough to take the liner off. I backed into an ice wall hard trying to see if I could do damage, and it just pushed the top half of the wall back. I can't find any rocks that I can just run into.

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So what you are saying is that there are 2 types: show off versions and real armor for the serious enthusiast

You'd have a tough time sandblasting Monstaliner. As far as banging it off against rocks and boulders, who wants to try first?
Send a PM to Gerald (provelogear on JF) about this product. He has bedliner in his Jeep, but hates what he has. I'm sure you guys could work something out, and he is in JV a lot and would surely bang them up enough. He would most definitely make it wear off.

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Send a PM to Gerald (provelogear on JF) about this product. He has bedliner in his Jeep, but hates what he has. I'm sure you guys could work something out, and he is in JV a lot and would surely bang them up enough. He would most definitely make it wear off.
That is actually a pretty good idea. Talk to him or mrblaine (you might get a better response from Gerald, and he is even vendor too).

You could help out the Moderator Jerry Bansford when he gets his new Jeep (His was stolen a couple of weeks ago).

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he is in JV a lot and would surely bang them up enough. He would most definitely make it wear off.
Yes. This is true.

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Ok should have the old liner out by friday. any word on when my replacement shipped?
also thinking about doing the roll cage this time also, currently it is painted with rustoleum, what prep would I need todo for the cage?
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Ok should have the old liner out by friday. any word on when my replacement shipped?
also thinking about doing the roll cage this time also, currently it is painted with rustoleum, what prep would I need todo for the cage?
Same prep for the cage as the body It is all metal

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so just scuff the paint a little MEK and good togo? lol dont want to try and strip it after also
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I put some on the front of my Rubicon rock rails, due to a little rust. I put it on with a brush and it went on pretty smooth. It is about three weeks old and looks great. I have been on a few gravel roads and there isn't even a nick. I just sanded down the rust, hit it with some acetone, and applied. This stuff is the real shidizzle!
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