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post #10591 of 13379 Old 06-11-2013, 08:00 AM
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Apparently a typical line-x job goes for about 350-450, so figure from there an exterior should be about 550-600.
I got a guestimate quote yesterday on getting the exterior of my TJ sprayed with color matching Line-X yesterday and it was $3k-$4k. I almost hit the floor.

Magnetman, you and I were talking through pm a while back about me looking for a color to match my Gunmetal Pearl on my TJ. Still haven't found one of the colors that matches. Any ideas?

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I got a guestimate quote yesterday on getting the exterior of my TJ sprayed with color matching Line-X yesterday and it was $3k-$4k. I almost hit the floor.

Magnetman, you and I were talking through pm a while back about me looking for a color to match my Gunmetal Pearl on my TJ. Still haven't found one of the colors that matches. Any ideas?
I'm assuming that's with them doing all the prep and etc though?


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I assume so. Still way more than I was expecting. It hurts to hear something like that haha.
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If you have 2 diff colors of paint now you should consider priming first to make everything even

MEK is the solvent used to clean surfaces after scuffing and also to reduce for spray. Rolling can be done to look very uniform if you take your time.

These are rolled
how much primer should I use? Would 2 quarts be enough to prime it ?
Also since it will be primed first, will the 2 gallon kit be enough to do the whole jeep?
can you get me a deal on the stuff if I order it through you ?
PM me if you wouldn't mind
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Also Eric now that I have my nice camera I'll take some shots for you to use once we get a nice day out here.

Depends on your skill, rolling is easy and as long as you are patient about it you will have a great looking finish. The inverse of that is, even if you are good at spraying, if you hurry or don't put the time in to prep, it won't look as good. Either way you are going to end up with a texture, that is the nature of ML.

MEK or MEK Substitute is sold at most lowes or home depots.
Did you do the exterior of the XJ in your display picture ?
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Did you do the exterior of the XJ in your display picture ?
Yes, rolled on.

http://i.imgur.com/HxWHc36.jpg

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how much primer should I use? Would 2 quarts be enough to prime it ?
Also since it will be primed first, will the 2 gallon kit be enough to do the whole jeep?
can you get me a deal on the stuff if I order it through you ?
PM me if you wouldn't mind
Not sure how much, I used dulpicolor black automotive primer from advance. If you go this route you absolutely cannot buy self-etching primer, as monstaliner doesn't like to stick to it for some reason.

A 2 gallon kit is what is recommended to cover the exterior of a Jeep, I had about 1/4-1/2 gallon left after 4 coats.

Eric usually can get you a decent deal, plus 2 gallon kits come with a free quart of chassis saver and free shipping.


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Yes, rolled on.

http://i.imgur.com/HxWHc36.jpg

http://i.imgur.com/vihSAND.jpg

http://i.imgur.com/DK3jNct.jpg

http://i.imgur.com/WCX9bs9.jpg

Not sure how much, I used dulpicolor black automotive primer from advance. If you go this route you absolutely cannot buy self-etching primer, as monstaliner doesn't like to stick to it for some reason.

A 2 gallon kit is what is recommended to cover the exterior of a Jeep, I had about 1/4-1/2 gallon left after 4 coats.

Eric usually can get you a decent deal, plus 2 gallon kits come with a free quart of chassis saver and free shipping.
how much of the duplicolor did you use ? was it a spray or roll on primer ?
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Yes, rolled on.

http://i.imgur.com/HxWHc36.jpg

http://i.imgur.com/vihSAND.jpg

http://i.imgur.com/DK3jNct.jpg

http://i.imgur.com/WCX9bs9.jpg

Not sure how much, I used dulpicolor black automotive primer from advance. If you go this route you absolutely cannot buy self-etching primer, as monstaliner doesn't like to stick to it for some reason.

A 2 gallon kit is what is recommended to cover the exterior of a Jeep, I had about 1/4-1/2 gallon left after 4 coats.

Eric usually can get you a decent deal, plus 2 gallon kits come with a free quart of chassis saver and free shipping.
I've painted stuff before, just never had to prime it or anything so I'm new to that, I usually just sand and go, but I figure this is a lot differnt than painting lol
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I've painted stuff before, just never had to prime it or anything so I'm new to that, I usually just sand and go, but I figure this is a lot differnt than painting lol
It's not a whole lot different, you should prime before most paint jobs anyways.

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how much of the duplicolor did you use ? was it a spray or roll on primer ?
Spray can, I think like 6 cans.


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MEK = Methyl Ethyl Ketone.

Makes you higher than a kite and cleans stuff up REAL nice.

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I believe that Chassis Saver is going to to be used on the new episode of Gearz that begins in 15 minutes on SPEED channel

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It is quiet in here!

I've got a quick question that I know has been asked before; what prep needs to be done to current ML if I want to add a touch up coat? ....well more to pretty it up & get it a little thicker in a few spots...its still holding up very well

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It is quiet in here!

I've got a quick question that I know has been asked before; what prep needs to be done to current ML if I want to add a touch up coat? ....well more to pretty it up & get it a little thicker in a few spots...its still holding up very well

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Wash/degrease and just light scuff to dull the surface. Scotch brite pad or the brown pad like comes with the kit. Don't need hard scuffing just enough to dull surface and generate a little dust then solv wipe. Mek acetone

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Wash/degrease and just light scuff to dull the surface. Scotch brite pad or the brown pad like comes with the kit. Don't need hard scuffing just enough to dull surface and generate a little dust then solv wipe. Mek acetone
Thanks!

I'm gonna do it eventually then use some on my fender wells too.. love this stuff, it's great

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