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Unread 03-24-2010, 06:48 PM   #751
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I do not feel like sorting through 51 pages but has anyone sprayed this? I have a nice air compressor that i use for sandblasting and figured it would be easier to spray it. Is it possible? How much is a gun?

Also, would it be easier to sandblast my jeep? Or should i just use sandpaper and scuff it up?

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Unread 03-24-2010, 06:48 PM   #752
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Sorry magnetman- haven't gotten to check much lately, it's baseball season. Will get you some shots of the interior next week when I bring her home.
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Unread 03-24-2010, 07:53 PM   #753
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Sorry magnetman- haven't gotten to check much lately, it's baseball season. Will get you some shots of the interior next week when I bring her home.
Did you do the textured finish, or did you go for a smooth one? I have been interested to see how smooth someone could get it since I did the inside.

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I do not feel like sorting through 51 pages but has anyone sprayed this? I have a nice air compressor that i use for sandblasting and figured it would be easier to spray it. Is it possible? How much is a gun?

Also, would it be easier to sandblast my jeep? Or should i just use sandpaper and scuff it up?
If you sand blast you will still have to clean the metal and then prime it again. You need paint to adhere to. As for spraying, it has done. MagnetMan outlined basics for doing it. You will need an undercoating (also known as a shutz) gun. Then it needs to be thinned about 5% with M.E.K.
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Unread 03-24-2010, 08:17 PM   #754
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Sorry magnetman- haven't gotten to check much lately, it's baseball season. Will get you some shots of the interior next week when I bring her home.
Thanks! more photos will complete that group well. Please get me 1 more good shot from outside as well.

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Unread 03-24-2010, 08:34 PM   #755
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Did you do the textured finish, or did you go for a smooth one? I have been interested to see how smooth someone could get it since I did the inside.

If you sand blast you will still have to clean the metal and then prime it again. You need paint to adhere to. As for spraying, it has done. MagnetMan outlined basics for doing it. You will need an undercoating (also known as a shutz) gun. Then it needs to be thinned about 5% with M.E.K.
Yes, don't make more work than necessary. Just scuff sand the paint.
To spray: Add 10oz MEK per gallon of Monstaliner with catalyst.

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This is what Monstaliner looks like smooth.
This was thinned at the same ratio as you would for spray.
I did this to show someone for coating under mower decks.
Monstaliner Thinned, Rolled then Brushed
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Unread 03-24-2010, 08:38 PM   #756
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That actually looks pretty good. Were there any problems with adhesion since you guys coated right over the surface rust?
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Unread 03-24-2010, 08:41 PM   #757
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I'm just hoping my CFO approves the purchase request before your special offer goes away.

Do most people start at the front of the Jeep (under the dash, around gears/tcase and seats) and work the way back or do they do the front and nooks and crannies FIRST then hit everything reachable with a roller?

If I can get this, I plan to mask off the upper part of my rock rails after removing the skateboard tape and applying this stuff to the upper half to provide some traction that hurts a lot less than sliding over the tape...
Just inform the CFO that with bedliner, your interior will be easier and much faster to clean than with carpet which will allow you to spend more time on CFO relations
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Unread 03-24-2010, 08:43 PM   #758
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That actually looks pretty good. Were there any problems with adhesion since you guys coated right over the surface rust?
When I find that panel which is still packed in suitcase from Michigan trip I will gouge it with tools to check adhesion.
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Hey magnetman, in anticipation of the kits getting here, one thing I realized would be nice would be to do the inside of the rear wheel wells (to protect the painted metal there from the tires and the rocks and such kicked up there. Would I need to do anything special to make that work? Should I thin and brush like in those picture sequence you just posted? Or just scuff paint and try to roll it on just like everywhere else?
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I did the textured- with the stuff that came in the kit. I believe it's enough texture to provide some grip, but gonna be way easier to clean than stuff with rubber in it. I have to get the jeep dirty to test it myself.
And the possibility of eventually using the extra gallon on the sliders and wheel wells is pretty good right now.
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Unread 03-25-2010, 05:57 AM   #761
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If you sand blast you will still have to clean the metal and then prime it again. You need paint to adhere to. As for spraying, it has done. MagnetMan outlined basics for doing it. You will need an undercoating (also known as a shutz) gun. Then it needs to be thinned about 5% with M.E.K.
Ahhh, i didnt know. Guess im just used to powdercoating where the metal has to be bare or it screws up somethin fierce.

I guess im gonna go out and try to find a shutz gun to spray it on. Thanks for the tips.
And magnet, did my stuff ship yet? lol.
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Ahhh, i didnt know. Guess im just used to powdercoating where the metal has to be bare or it screws up somethin fierce.

I guess im gonna go out and try to find a shutz gun to spray it on. Thanks for the tips.
And magnet, did my stuff ship yet? lol.
I believe he said today or tomorrow. They just finished making the latest batch.
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Unread 03-25-2010, 09:14 AM   #763
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Ahhh, i didnt know. Guess im just used to powdercoating where the metal has to be bare or it screws up somethin fierce.

I guess im gonna go out and try to find a shutz gun to spray it on. Thanks for the tips.
And magnet, did my stuff ship yet? lol.
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Unread 03-25-2010, 03:49 PM   #764
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Hey magnetman, in anticipation of the kits getting here, one thing I realized would be nice would be to do the inside of the rear wheel wells (to protect the painted metal there from the tires and the rocks and such kicked up there. Would I need to do anything special to make that work? Should I thin and brush like in those picture sequence you just posted? Or just scuff paint and try to roll it on just like everywhere else?
You just need to do a very thorough cleaning inside the wheel wells. You can't paint over road tar or foreign matter. Pressure wash or scrub and degrease then scuff sand just like a bed or tub. MEK solvent clean when you know all tar and dirt is gone.

As far as application, I have mixed thoughts.

You need to preserve those foam rollers for the areas you want to see texture. If I was doing it I would conserve some material for the wheel wells and thin it to brush in there. Use 8 to 10% MEK to reduce.

Sorry, I speak to so many people. You ordered a 2 gallon kit and 1 gallon kit. Was that your truck bed we were looking at with the bad/peeling Rhino job? If so, was that a 6 or 8 ft bed?
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Unread 03-25-2010, 04:17 PM   #765
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Placed the order on the 22nd and was able to use the coupons so thank you!

Any idea when the kit will be shipped? I havent got a confirmation e-mail for that yet.
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