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post #10051 of 13188 Old 04-17-2013, 06:07 PM
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ok, ya I can do that. I'll ship it to you tomm. afternoon in an envelope. Thanks! I'm in no major rush to get mine done, just hate to waste the ML, the matting I have in the shop and truthfully, I think the ML will give me all the sound deadening I am looking for.


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post #10052 of 13188 Old 04-17-2013, 06:15 PM Thread Starter
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ok, ya I can do that. I'll ship it to you tomm. afternoon in an envelope. Thanks! I'm in no major rush to get mine done, just hate to waste the ML, the matting I have in the shop and truthfully, I think the ML will give me all the sound deadening I am looking for.
At least 6 " x 12" or... 12" x 12" if you have enough

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post #10053 of 13188 Old 04-17-2013, 09:33 PM Thread Starter
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Had to downsize the color chip to get more yield per sheet

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post #10054 of 13188 Old 04-18-2013, 12:37 PM
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floor goop

Just ordered the kit yesterday, medium quarts gray on black 2012 wrangler, and am excited to get it in! Took a couple days off of work to do whole tub, so double bonus! Saw this question was addressed earlier in the thread but wanted to ask if anybody had recent experience lining over the heat/sound dampener goop stuff. Or if anybody that did line over it and has had problems/ suggestions. I figure it will be fine but wanted to check. Also @magnetman, any opinions on the question? Thanks all!
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post #10055 of 13188 Old 04-19-2013, 12:24 AM Thread Starter
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Just ordered the kit yesterday, medium quarts gray on black 2012 wrangler, and am excited to get it in! Took a couple days off of work to do whole tub, so double bonus! Saw this question was addressed earlier in the thread but wanted to ask if anybody had recent experience lining over the heat/sound dampener goop stuff. Or if anybody that did line over it and has had problems/ suggestions. I figure it will be fine but wanted to check. Also @magnetman, any opinions on the question? Thanks all!
That's the stuff already in the tub from factory and it is already painted over so you can gust scuff it like the rest of the tub and ML will stick.

Some people have removed that for better asthetics because you will likely see some of it after lining. Removal methods range from chisel with or without assistance of a heat gun and a dry ice method that I hear works very well.
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post #10056 of 13188 Old 04-19-2013, 12:38 AM Thread Starter
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Proposed Window Vinyl MONSTAs

Requesting comments on this.

We will definitely include at least the small size (#1) in all kits.
I'd like to use the additional sizes for promos and to sell maybe in sets.
The largest image facing sideways on rear side window (last image, bottom right) is larger than the other 4 numbered images across the top.


Not sure if the web address needs to be included or not?

Note: This is mockup photoshop art - These decals DO NOT EXIST YET

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post #10057 of 13188 Old 04-19-2013, 12:59 AM
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Oh wow i definitely want one of those stickers when they are available.

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I want one!!!

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Proposed Window Vinyl MONSTAs

Requesting comments on this.

We will definitely include at least the small size (#1) in all kits.
I'd like to use the additional sizes for promos and to sell maybe in sets.
The largest image facing sideways on rear side window (last image, bottom right) is larger than the other 4 numbered images across the top.


Not sure if the web address needs to be included or not?

Note: This is mockup photoshop art - These decals DO NOT EXIST YET
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I will deffently buy one if you make them those are sick!
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#1 or #2, big enough to be seen w/o being over the top would be best for most folks I think.
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I like # 1 and 2 the others look to large. Send me one !

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How well will those apply and stick to a textured Monstaliner finish?
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How well will those apply and stick to a textured Monstaliner finish?
This is probably going to depend on the quality of the adhesive on the vinyl we choose which is a main concern

We're going to test some samples shortly before we commit to any specific vinyl.


Agreed, #1 or #2 sizes

Should we include the www address?
It does not have to be used once someone gets it and can just be cut off if desired
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User will cut off web line if they don't want it on it

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One of those stickers would look real good on my tool box.
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