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post #7516 of 13284 Old 04-10-2012, 10:42 AM
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Agreed

Got any dry pics yet, reassembled? Outside?
Still getting it all back together. I'll post up a couple more progress pics later today.


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post #7517 of 13284 Old 04-10-2012, 11:20 AM Thread Starter
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Yea thats my zip/colors
Wonder why they went back.... :/
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Let me know if yours shows up in next day or so
The DBTO requests had been delayed when we ran out of chips but it still seems too long not received

We can remail

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this is very close to the new green
Can't wait , my truck will look nice in that color

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I was gonna ask about a kawasaki green for a project I'm thinkig about... that new green looks like it'll work great.

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That grren looks like the factory Mopar color "LimeLight" from the early 70s. Cool color!
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post #7521 of 13284 Old 04-10-2012, 02:45 PM
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do you think if i placed an order today it could be here by Friday (zip 13905)? really want to paint Friday as its actually suppose to be nice out.

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post #7522 of 13284 Old 04-10-2012, 02:47 PM
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New guy here... I don't own a jeep but do own a M101A2 3/4 ton military trailer. I came across this thread while researching DIY bed liners for my trailer. Since this thread is current, I have a question for Magnetman.

My Trailer is freshly painted with Military CARC paint. Would I have to prep the bed of the trailer differently because of this paint or can I roll Monstaliner right over the top of the CARC paint? Not sure how much you know about Military CARC but it is pretty coarse to begin with and tough as nails. No clear coat and has a rough feel and appearance.. If your product can be used over the CARC paint with little or no prep, you may want to try and Market over on www.steelsoldiers.com as the guys over there are always looking for a tough bed liner type coating to do the inside of the military vehicles (all of which are painted with CARC).

Sorry I am a bit off topic jeep guys/gals... Hope everyone is ok with this.

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post #7523 of 13284 Old 04-10-2012, 03:43 PM Thread Starter
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CARC is nothing that special. They are usually 2 component urethanes not unlike automotive paint but made as flat, non-reflective finishes.

They are very engineered because most flat finishes would be porous and these were developed out of the paranoia that our troups could get into a situation where mustard gas or other bio weapons could cling to vehicle surfaces and be difficult to wash off

Probably just need to scuff any CARC and it could be topcoated, BUT I could be wrong because I have never formulated them

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New guy here... I don't own a jeep but do own a M101A2 3/4 ton military trailer. I came across this thread while researching DIY bed liners for my trailer. Since this thread is current, I have a question for Magnetman.

My Trailer is freshly painted with Military CARC paint. Would I have to prep the bed of the trailer differently because of this paint or can I roll Monstaliner right over the top of the CARC paint? Not sure how much you know about Military CARC but it is pretty coarse to begin with and tough as nails. No clear coat and has a rough feel and appearance.. If your product can be used over the CARC paint with little or no prep, you may want to try and Market over on www.steelsoldiers.com as the guys over there are always looking for a tough bed liner type coating to do the inside of the military vehicles (all of which are painted with CARC).

Sorry I am a bit off topic jeep guys/gals... Hope everyone is ok with this.

Thanks
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do you think if i placed an order today it could be here by Friday (zip 13905)? really want to paint Friday as its actually suppose to be nice out.
If you place the order tonight I will make sure it ships tomorrow, Wed

Not sure if it's 1 or 2 days from sharktown to you but you will get by Fri

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CARC is nothing that special. They are usually 2 component urethanes not unlike automotive paint but made as flat, non-reflective finishes.

They are very engineered because most flat finishes would be porous and these were developed out of the paranoia that our troups could get into a situation where mustard gas or other bio weapons could cling to vehicle surfaces and be difficult to wash off

Probably just need to scuff any CARC and it could be topcoated, BUT I could be wrong because I have never formulated them

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Thanks Magnetman.. Looks like I will more than likely be using your product as my liner. Another quick question (which may have been covered in the 500 pages of this thread), Can I roll the Monstaliner over chassis saver? I have two unopened quarts of "Satin" Chassis saver that I purchased locally and was planning on touching up some rusty areas with it.

Lastly, I have done some mods to my trailer and grinded my welds with a grinder and coated them with Rustoleum Rusty metal primer, can the Monstaliner be rolled over that as well?

Thanks for the warm welcome and I appreciate the quick response.

The CARC paint worries me a bit as "the word on the steet" is that nothing will stick to it without taking it completely off and starting from bare metal..

Jeff
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Monstaliner clings to some crazy stuff.
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post #7528 of 13284 Old 04-10-2012, 05:09 PM
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A few more progress pics. Still don't have it all back together yet, and can't pull it out of the garage until I order up a new radiator and get it back up and running.












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Anyone have a suggestion on what respirator to use (brand/type)? I did a few searches but I didn't see anyone point to a specific model. I'm probably going to spray my tub in my garage with the door up and a fan or two going, if that matters.

Looking good Tim!
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If you place the order tonight I will make sure it ships tomorrow, Wed

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2gallons of desert sand!!! thanks again around Saturday ill post up pictures of my xj painted in it!

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