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post #766 of 13179 Old 03-25-2010, 04:37 PM Thread Starter
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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.
Name should be Camilo Sanchez.
We have your order #1196

Inventory was being replenished this week. All orders placed between Friday the 19th and tomorrow will be shipping on Monday the 29th.

No credit cards have been charged yet unless PayPal was used (we have no control over that) Cards will be charged tomorrow morning.

You should receive an email confirm some time on Monday.

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post #767 of 13179 Old 03-25-2010, 05:15 PM
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ordered ours today when I get both jeeps done I will be sure to put up some pictures
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ordered ours today when I get both jeeps done I will be sure to put up some pictures
got it, thanks for your business!
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Thanks for the tips. It makes sense to me. I'll thin and brush it onto the wheel well after cleaning.

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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?
Yes, that was me. 6.75' bed.
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post #770 of 13179 Old 03-26-2010, 06:37 PM
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Just placed my order...bout time too. I've been wanting to get this stuff since October, but by the time I could buy the stuff it was too dang cold here to apply it. Thanks for the Monsta Promo Eric!!!
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Just placed my order...bout time too. I've been wanting to get this stuff since October, but by the time I could buy the stuff it was too dang cold here to apply it. Thanks for the Monsta Promo Eric!!!
Got your order, THANKS!
May ship Monday if not then on Tuesday
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Monday Shipping

Ok here's the proof. Orders shipping Monday.
All credit card transactions were completed tonight.
Orders received in the last few days may get out Monday if not on Tuesday.
Once again, thanks to everyone!
Looking forward to photos when available.

One final note: We have been swamped this week and we've tried hard not to make any mistakes. Please open your packages
immediately on receipt. If anything is wrong with your order (missing extra roller ordered or wrong color Chassis Saver) you need
to contact me immediately so we can fix it. You don't want to wait until the day you are ready to use the product to find out that something was overlooked.


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post #773 of 13179 Old 03-27-2010, 12:08 PM
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I cant wait to get my stuff!!! But I wont be able to do anything until mid May or later. Do you have any requirements for storage? I live in NY but up north of you and it is still pretty damn cold ( it snowed yesterday!) Should I store it in my basement as opposed to my unheated garage to prevent freezing?
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I cant wait to get my stuff!!! But I wont be able to do anything until mid May or later. Do you have any requirements for storage? I live in NY but up north of you and it is still pretty damn cold ( it snowed yesterday!) Should I store it in my basement as opposed to my unheated garage to prevent freezing?
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Leave it in the basement where it is warm.
Otherwise the only concern with cold long term storage is that the coating must be allowed to warm up to room temp for 48 hours prior to use or it will be too thick.

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I guess I'm gonna test the cold storage idea on this stuff- left the extra gallon in the garage (basically outside for an Ohio winter).
Thought- wonder if this stuff will last on the tops of the door hinges......

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I guess I'm gonna test the cold storage idea on this stuff- left the extra gallon in the garage (basically outside for an Ohio winter).
Thought- wonder if this stuff will last on the tops of the door hinges......
If you are talking about the hinges having it coated, think of this: It has been in development for years here in NY. It goes in truck beds which are exposed to freezing temperatures quite often. It should be fine

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i know the subject of putting the liner over spray paint was brought up earlier in this thread but i don't remember seeing an answer. i tried rubbing some parts of my tub that had spray paint on them with some m.e.k. and it started taking the spray paint right off and now i'm wondering what i should do. thanks for any info.
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i would use the chassis saver that come's with their kit for that after you got rid of all the spray paint

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that is what i was figuring i would have to do
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I think that is the best idea too. One quart is supposed to cover the same amount as the Monstaliner, so it should go quite far.

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