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Unread 04-30-2013, 10:50 AM   #10201
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Chart is not ready, what color are you doing?
Smurfadelic.

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Unread 04-30-2013, 11:15 AM   #10202
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Unread 04-30-2013, 11:28 AM   #10203
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Unread 04-30-2013, 12:25 PM   #10204
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Smurfadelic.
Mix all components thoroughly first

Monstaliner Mixed By Weight

Tintable Monstaliner ...................... 100.00 parts

Smurfadelic Tint (mixed VERY well) .... 7.50 parts

ML Catalyst ..................................... 13.25 parts

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For anyone needing BLACK mix by weight info:

Black Monstaliner ............... 100.00 parts

ML Catalyst .........................12.90 parts
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Unread 04-30-2013, 02:14 PM   #10205
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Mix all components thoroughly first

Monstaliner Mixed By Weight

Tintable Monstaliner ...................... 100.00 parts

Smurfadelic Tint (mixed VERY well) .... 7.50 parts

ML Catalyst ..................................... 13.25 parts

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For anyone needing BLACK mix by weight info:

Black Monstaliner ............... 100.00 parts

ML Catalyst .........................12.90 parts


Much appreciated!!! Looking forward to doing some touch-ups and getting the exterior done as well!
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Unread 04-30-2013, 03:18 PM   #10206
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magnetman,

need a quote for 1 gallon gloss black chassis saver, and 1 gallon of the satin black chassis saver. Will need a few roller foam heads too. Shipped to Chicago 60611 zip. THanks buddy!
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Unread 04-30-2013, 03:26 PM   #10207
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need a quote for 1 gallon gloss black chassis saver, and 1 gallon of the satin black chassis saver. Will need a few roller foam heads too. Shipped to Chicago 60611 zip. THanks buddy!
These 2 ebay item include 1 free quart of Chassis Saver if you buy the gallon and pay $5.00 shipping (and they are both at the old prices @ $104.75 each gal)

Satin
http://www.ebay.com/itm/200919794547...84.m1555.l2649

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http://www.ebay.com/itm/200919794736...84.m1555.l2649
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Unread 04-30-2013, 03:50 PM   #10208
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Unread 04-30-2013, 03:56 PM   #10209
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White monsta top done, light grey sides will overlap in the transition and raise the white color an inch or so. So the final cap will be a little less pronounced but this is the general look. Some thoughts:

1) On really flat featureless surfaces its hard to lay down 1gal/60sqft in two coats. For the 98sqft top I ended up mixing up a bit over 1-1/2gal total for the day. When we put down the second coat with full coverage we had 2/5 of the gallon full still. Ended up rolling out a "third" coat right away perpendicular to the second coat to use up the product which leads into item 2 & 3.
2) Doing the above started to tack up and work the roller near the end and I didn't notice the tiny tiny flecks of it coming off, I was expecting it to fall apart in larger chunks based on the impression I got from reading here. The reality is with the roller being translucent blue you have to get pretty close to pick them out and when this is on my truck the top is 7' in the air so live and learn there.
3) Rolling on more coating along the edges trying to use it up once things were getting tacky lead to a bit different texture that currently catches the light a tad so noticeable a bit (I presume it'll dull out more when it dries). Again 7' up normally, never going to see it.

So for my needs I can see I should start with a little less coating mixed up, can always mix more if needed, can't go the other way!

All that said it looks really nice for what I wanted out of this, can't wait to see the grey on the sides and get a picture out in the driveway to get the full view.



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Unread 04-30-2013, 04:07 PM   #10210
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White monsta top done, light grey sides will overlap in the transition and raise the white color an inch or so. So the final cap will be a little less pronounced but this is the general look. Some thoughts:

1) On really flat featureless surfaces its hard to lay down 1gal/60sqft in two coats. For the 98sqft top I ended up mixing up a bit over 1-1/2gal total for the day. When we put down the second coat with full coverage we had 2/5 of the gallon full still. Ended up rolling out a "third" coat right away perpendicular to the second coat to use up the product which leads into item 2 & 3.
2) Doing the above started to tack up and work the roller near the end and I didn't notice the tiny tiny flecks of it coming off, I was expecting it to fall apart in larger chunks based on the impression I got from reading here. The reality is with the roller being translucent blue you have to get pretty close to pick them out and when this is on my truck the top is 7' in the air so live and learn there.
3) Rolling on more coating along the edges trying to use it up once things were getting tacky lead to a bit different texture that currently catches the light a tad so noticeable a bit (I presume it'll dull out more when it dries). Again 7' up normally, never going to see it.

So for my needs I can see I should start with a little less coating mixed up, can always mix more if needed, can't go the other way!

All that said it looks really nice for what I wanted out of this, can't wait to see the grey on the sides and get a picture out in the driveway to get the full view.
Sorry if you said it already but what is this and what is it going on. It looks awesome what ever it is lol.
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Unread 04-30-2013, 04:19 PM   #10211
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The top half of a hard sided pop-up truck camper I'm building for a truck with an aluminum flatbed. (Cabover walls will flip up into place).

P.S. See you're from Saginaw, I'm originally out of Bay City.

Here's a quick/crappy video of testing out the actuator roof lift (I rolled the camper part way thinking it'd auto rotate the video but it didn't so sorry about that, I'll get a better one eventually). http://s532.photobucket.com/user/pod...73603.mp4.html



Going on this (it will fit tigher to the cab verse my old camper, the flatbed is 3-4" higher than the factory bed but I took that into account when setting up the front wall height on this build):
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Unread 04-30-2013, 04:24 PM   #10212
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The top half of a hard sided pop-up truck camper I'm building for a truck with an aluminum flatbed. (Cabover walls will flip up into place).

P.S. See you're from Saginaw, I'm originally out of Bay City.

Going on this (it will fit tigher to the cab verse my old camper, the flatbed is 3-4" higher than the factory bed but I took that into account when setting up the front wall height on this build):
Awesome man! You still around here?
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Unread 04-30-2013, 04:28 PM   #10213
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Just placed my order, can't wait to roll it in.

I spent more than a few days removing the old, poorly applied, faded bedliner and prepping the tub. This will go a long way towards finishing my project.
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Unread 04-30-2013, 04:47 PM   #10214
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Awesome man! You still around here?
No, been over a decade. I was out in WA state for a number of years and relocated over to Colorado last fall. My folks are still there.
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Unread 04-30-2013, 04:57 PM   #10215
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No, been over a decade. I was out in WA state for a number of years and relocated over to Colorado last fall. My folks are still there.
haha good choice on Colorado. I'm moving back to Arizona at the end of this year. Keep up the good work!
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