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Unread 08-13-2012, 02:46 PM   #8686
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So I just finished up my Mostaliner application this weekend. I have to say this stuff is great. Anyone thinking about doing this should. Takes a lot of prep work ( I spent about 6hrs sanding) but it is totally worth it. I can't believe it is finally finished, and I am very happy with Monstaliner. A few tips I might give others thinking about doing this.. Get their small roller and sponge kit for your Jeep. Ireally used this a lot for the tight spaces. Dabbing with the sponge really works well in the creases and what not. Be sure to stir after every pour.. I did not and got a few chunks here and there, not bad though. Take off your tape after your second coat. I have no problems with the tape getting stuck to the ML doing it right after the second coat. Eric you have an awesome product and thanks for all your help.. I am thinking about putting ML on my wheel wells. How much would you suggest I get to do two coats in the wells? Thanks!



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Unread 08-13-2012, 03:45 PM   #8687
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i am going to be monsta-ing an old t6 alumuminum bicycle frame after i sandblast the old paint off. what is your suggestion for best results with monsta? i still have both magnapoxy primer and some cs, i was going to magnapoxy then monsta ofer the bare aluminum. just checking for an affirmation that this is the best course of action.
From what I have read on bare aluminum to use an epoxy primer or an etching primer. CS would be for rusted steel.
Hope this helps and hopefully someone will confirm.
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Unread 08-13-2012, 04:34 PM   #8688
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i am going to be monsta-ing an old t6 alumuminum bicycle frame after i sandblast the old paint off. what is your suggestion for best results with monsta? i still have both magnapoxy primer and some cs, i was going to magnapoxy then monsta ofer the bare aluminum. just checking for an affirmation that this is the best course of action.
Epoxy primer only. I've seen too many failures with self etch and no longer recommend it for anything

Are you planning to take pics of this project?
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Unread 08-13-2012, 06:36 PM   #8689
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Very nice job!

Can you give an estimate of how many sq ft in 1 wheel well?

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So I just finished up my Mostaliner application this weekend. I have to say this stuff is great. Anyone thinking about doing this should. Takes a lot of prep work ( I spent about 6hrs sanding) but it is totally worth it. I can't believe it is finally finished, and I am very happy with Monstaliner. A few tips I might give others thinking about doing this.. Get their small roller and sponge kit for your Jeep. Ireally used this a lot for the tight spaces. Dabbing with the sponge really works well in the creases and what not. Be sure to stir after every pour.. I did not and got a few chunks here and there, not bad though. Take off your tape after your second coat. I have no problems with the tape getting stuck to the ML doing it right after the second coat. Eric you have an awesome product and thanks for all your help.. I am thinking about putting ML on my wheel wells. How much would you suggest I get to do two coats in the wells? Thanks!



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Unread 08-13-2012, 09:38 PM   #8690
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And you only have to pay to attach photos that way. Using something like image shack or photobucket you can post pictures all day long without upgrading.
Thx Xabu, I already went ahead and renewed, it's for a good cause!
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Unread 08-13-2012, 09:41 PM   #8691
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Looks like about 2.25 sq feet for the rear wells.. Fronts would be a little smaller.
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Unread 08-13-2012, 10:49 PM   #8692
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Thx Xabu, I already went ahead and renewed, it's for a good cause!
I can't argue with that one!
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Unread 08-13-2012, 11:23 PM   #8693
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Epoxy primer only. I've seen too many failures with self etch and no longer recommend it for anything

Are you planning to take pics of this project?
i can definitely take some pics. i have hit some of the roughest parts of oxidation already. the frame i am blasting will be an old f900 cannondale frame from the late 90's. when the bike was new, and with the options i had on it, it was worth about $2k. i'm old and fat now, so i'm replacing alot of the old parts with some run of the mill accessories just so i can get some exercise. i will be building an old volvo team edition f900 for Mrs_breaker_5 to ride.

i used to be one of the top 10 riders in my area on a mtn bike back in the day (10 years ago). now i just need exercise. i came home from iraq at 202lbs, at 240lbs now i need to start cutting the fat. i'm 6'5" so before anyone calls me fat, do the bmi for 202lbs and 77" tall. 210 is my goal. i was at 220 before i broke my foot over the winter. it's easier to gain weight sitting on the couch playing gra ntourismo 5 than it is to lose it after convalescing.

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Unread 08-14-2012, 06:31 AM   #8694
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ramble on and for your service to our country.
Good luck on the bike, I hear ya on getting back down to weight
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Unread 08-14-2012, 06:54 AM   #8695
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i can definitely take some pics. i have hit some of the roughest parts of oxidation already. the frame i am blasting will be an old f900 cannondale frame from the late 90's. when the bike was new, and with the options i had on it, it was worth about $2k. i'm old and fat now, so i'm replacing alot of the old parts with some run of the mill accessories just so i can get some exercise. i will be building an old volvo team edition f900 for Mrs_breaker_5 to ride.

i used to be one of the top 10 riders in my area on a mtn bike back in the day (10 years ago). now i just need exercise. i came home from iraq at 202lbs, at 240lbs now i need to start cutting the fat. i'm 6'5" so before anyone calls me fat, do the bmi for 202lbs and 77" tall. 210 is my goal. i was at 220 before i broke my foot over the winter. it's easier to gain weight sitting on the couch playing gra ntourismo 5 than it is to lose it after convalescing.

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Unread 08-14-2012, 07:08 AM   #8696
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Looks like about 2.25 sq feet for the rear wells.. Fronts would be a little smaller.
Well, 1 quart does 15 sq ft so x 4 and a quart should do it
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Unread 08-14-2012, 11:09 AM   #8697
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Any special prep to line an iPhone? Just scuff it good?
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Unread 08-14-2012, 11:47 AM   #8698
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Any special prep to line an iPhone? Just scuff it good?
Is the surface hard plastic?
NOT like fender flare plastic
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Unread 08-14-2012, 12:29 PM   #8699
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Is the surface hard plastic?
NOT like fender flare plastic
Aluminum..
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Unread 08-14-2012, 12:32 PM   #8700
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Aluminum..
Aluminum... As in an original iPhone?!
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