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post #7366 of 13160 Old 04-03-2012, 04:46 PM
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Theres a lady in this thread that has some questions about possibly applying Monstaliner over an unknown liner. I know a few of you in here know more about that than I so...

Get to it lol


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post #7367 of 13160 Old 04-03-2012, 06:57 PM
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Pink with black accents will look cool as well

Send me a few full pics from diff angles and I'll Photoshop some color combos

It takes about 1.5 - 1.75 gals for exterior. Top uses .5 - .75 gal approx
Thanks, that would be great! I'll get some pics this weekend (jeep is still in my brothers garage waiting to be put back together)
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post #7368 of 13160 Old 04-03-2012, 07:24 PM Thread Starter
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Smurfadelic is on fire this week, at least 8 maybe 10 orders

Also first sale ever today for 3 gals Johnny Popper (JD Green)
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post #7369 of 13160 Old 04-03-2012, 07:53 PM
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i was wondering on how much would be needed to do my whole truck and under coating as well i saw west coast customs rhino line a tundra and that got me to wanting to do my jeep asap . so my question is how exactly would i apply it what would be the best method to apply it and how many gallons would i need please contact me at my email gbedore1@aol.com and let me know also if u need a test jeep i have a 2001 jeep cherokee xj for free testinglive in staten island and will drive
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i was wondering on how much would be needed to do my whole truck and under coating as well i saw west coast customs rhino line a tundra and that got me to wanting to do my jeep asap . so my question is how exactly would i apply it what would be the best method to apply it and how many gallons would i need please contact me at my email gbedore1@aol.com and let me know also if u need a test jeep i have a 2001 jeep cherokee xj for free testinglive in staten island and will drive
If you can leave the jeep with me for 3 or 4 months I might be able to get it done.

That said, Monstaliner is a "do-it-yourself" product. You can spray it or roll it. 1 gallon does the tub and 2 to 3 gallons is needed for the exterior of a cherokee.

Let me know if you have further questions
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2-3 months ??? u gonna re-build it for me lol damn lol
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2-3 months ??? u gonna re-build it for me lol damn lol
Just don't have the time right now.
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Theres a lady in this thread that has some questions about possibly applying Monstaliner over an unknown liner. I know a few of you in here know more about that than I so...

Get to it lol


http://www.jeepforum.com/forum/f260/...erior-1348634/
I just jumped in there. The PO of that vehicle needs 10 lashes with a wet noodle
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ooo ok lol
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about to order some desert sand for my xj (painting the exterior) would you guys suggest the shutz gun on the monstaliner website or what have you guys used?

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about to order some desert sand for my xj (painting the exterior) would you guys suggest the shutz gun on the monstaliner website or what have you guys used?
See here, recent Road Rash spray job
timatoe used the cheaper gun we sell for $16.50
http://www.jeepforum.com/forum/f43/i...l#post13289507

I personally use the better gun ($45) and like it's texture capabilities better with a more adjustable tip but they both work well
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I'm dying to see a picture of the "Electric Blue" color! My Jeep should be out of the shop next week. Already pulled the carpet, going to start cleaning the tub out to get ready to lay down black on the inside. What is the cleaning process on the cheaper gun? Ideally I'll get the inside done now and save the gun (and some cash) until I can get the exterior color.

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You can put the black over the OD like you first described. Tomorrow when you tape off to do the black overlap just run a scuff pad over the ODG up to your tape edge. Dull the surface of the ODG well and you should be fine
Thanks, thats what I am going to do. Tons of stuff to do today. Just when I get time for a project and really get into it, I get called back to work for 5 10's starting. I'm thankful for it but now I have to squeeze time to get the black sprayed.

Give me a couple of days and I be back on here to explain my so far awesome results with pics.
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Neudin, how goes it?

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This is the inside of my Jeep before I washed it



I will need to wash it at least 1 more time with some de-greaser. Then wait for no rain forecast, something that is a bit difficult in the humid south where it rains each afternoon. Saturday looks good so far. High 70's but no rain forecast. I can't find my 3/8 extension to reach the seat belt bolt grrrr lol
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