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post #9406 of 13185 Old 01-15-2013, 12:11 PM
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I don't think so
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I'm not seeing a color called "Sahara Tan" on the 07 -10 paint charts
Is that the correct name of the color?
I think it's the 2011 Wrangler, sorry.
This looks like a helpful link.
http://paintref.com/cgi-bin/colorcod...haratan&scomm=

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I think it's the 2011 Wrangler, sorry.
This looks like a helpful link.
http://paintref.com/cgi-bin/colorcod...haratan&scomm=
I don't have that chip book now. I looked on 2013 but it's not there
Take your chip and swing past any auto paint store and they will look up the chip so you can compare
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I'm probably done with monstaliner. I'd post pics but jeep forum is pretty gay and I guess you can't do that unless you pay? Idk that's pointless I'll figure it out maybe lol
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I'm probably done with monstaliner. I'd post pics but jeep forum is pretty gay and I guess you can't do that unless you pay? Idk that's pointless I'll figure it out maybe lol
Email them to me and I'll post them for you
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Email them to me and I'll post them for you
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What is the coolest temperature the liner can be applied in?
Can the liner be applied to chrome or stainless steal?
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post #9413 of 13185 Old 01-17-2013, 09:24 AM
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What is the coolest temperature the liner can be applied in?
Can the liner be applied to chrome or stainless steal?
I believe any temp. It's just the lower the temperature, the longer it will take to dry. And I believe on the chrome you have to scruff it to where its not shiny at all and as for the steel..I'm not sure.
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I believe any temp. It's just the lower the temperature, the longer it will take to dry. And I believe on the chrome you have to scruff it to where its not shiny at all and as for the steel..I'm not sure.
Ok thanks, I live in Michigan and I can only get my grandpas garage to like 50-60 degrees
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Ok thanks, I live in Michigan and I can only get my grandpas garage to like 50-60 degrees
That's fine. On the instructions it's recommended to do it between 50 to 90 degrees
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That's fine. On the instructions it's recommended to do it between 50 to 90 degrees
Ok, good. Do you know if 2 gallons is enough to do the exterior minus fenders and grill? And is a half a gallon enough to do just fenders and grill? I plan on doing the body in smerfadelic and keep my tube fenders and grill the classic black.
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Ok, good. Do you know if 2 gallons is enough to do the exterior minus fenders and grill? And is a half a gallon enough to do just fenders and grill? I plan on doing the body in smerfadelic and keep my tube fenders and grill the classic black.
I'm assuming you drive a wrangler from your pic.. So I'm not sure but I know 2 gallons covers an entire xj in 2 coats. So I'm assuming 2 gallons would be plenty enough for you.
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I'm assuming you drive a wrangler from your pic.. So I'm not sure but I know 2 gallons covers an entire xj in 2 coats. So I'm assuming 2 gallons would be plenty enough for you.
OK cool, I'll probably get a good three our four coats on then.

If anyone knows how much out will take to cover fenders and grill please let me know.
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OK cool, I'll probably get a good three our four coats on then.

If anyone knows how much out will take to cover fenders and grill please let me know.
Shouldn't be more than a couple quartz man
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Shouldn't be more than a couple quartz man
Ok, I'd hate to get into it and not have enough, but then I don't want to buy too much because I'm on a tight budget.
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