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post #10996 of 13185 Old 08-20-2013, 09:37 AM
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you guys have just been taping around the windshield? these pics are looking very clean, i'd swear some of you had ripped out the seal around the windows and then reinstalled after you monstalined.

i have a tj: what have you (the public) been doing about the random bolts...tailgate, windshield frame, door hinges? removing or just going over them? I plan to take off the taillights, flares, soft top - what about the hood latches?
I did rip out my windshield on my xj to paint.


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post #10997 of 13185 Old 08-20-2013, 06:09 PM
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Hey Eric, I'm building this center console, and I want to cover the particle board parts with Pyroclastic Monsta. Is there any coating or paint I should apply before rolling on the Monsta? Will the Monsta make the particle board water resistant? If not, I was thinking of applying 2 coats of marine grade polyurethane before the Monsta. Your thoughts/recommendations?


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post #10998 of 13185 Old 08-20-2013, 09:10 PM
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I have been reading till my eyes have crossed, but what does one do with the large drain holes (I have a CJ7 with several in the front and a few in back bed area) I am good with the bolt holes, etc..
Also, is it good to remove all the earplugs, bolts, etc. before Monstaliner dries or wait for it to cure? I cannot find the answer..

It only hurts while you're breathing..
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post #10999 of 13185 Old 08-21-2013, 05:58 AM
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almost got all my carpet tore out....

I have to grind out the bolts under the back seat to get the last bit out. Also It looks like I'll have to fix a few rust spots that are to far along. I'll know more after take a wire brush to the tub and get a chance to vacuum it out.
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post #11000 of 13185 Old 08-21-2013, 06:08 AM
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I have been reading till my eyes have crossed, but what does one do with the large drain holes (I have a CJ7 with several in the front and a few in back bed area) I am good with the bolt holes, etc..
Also, is it good to remove all the earplugs, bolts, etc. before Monstaliner dries or wait for it to cure? I cannot find the answer..
When I did my YJ, pretty much identical drain holes, I left them open. I am getting plugs for them for the winter, but I did nothing special when I rolled the Monsta.

I removed all the earplugs, bolts, tape, etc.. just after the second coat was down.
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I have been reading till my eyes have crossed, but what does one do with the large drain holes (I have a CJ7 with several in the front and a few in back bed area) I am good with the bolt holes, etc..
Also, is it good to remove all the earplugs, bolts, etc. before Monstaliner dries or wait for it to cure? I cannot find the answer..
If you don't remove before cured, you will have a tough time. You will have to cut it out. The beauty of ML is how toughie is and it will be tough to get anything off/out when cured. Just treat it like anything else you paint. Do it and then remove it. It is not going to flow around.

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Hey magnetman, you mentioned we could thin with MEK instead of the S8 reducer, right?

For spraying that is.
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post #11003 of 13185 Old 08-21-2013, 09:13 AM
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When I did my YJ, pretty much identical drain holes, I left them open. I am getting plugs for them for the winter, but I did nothing special when I rolled the Monsta.

I removed all the earplugs, bolts, tape, etc.. just after the second coat was down.


Would cardboard rolls or something like a tapered cotton candy paper holder work in those big holes or would it be best to let the ML ooze over and coat the edges of the hole? Will it make the plastic plugs too snug to fit?

Thanks...!!

Cotton candy cones:
http://www.amazon.com/Cotton-Candy-E.../dp/B004X631G2

It only hurts while you're breathing..
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post #11004 of 13185 Old 08-21-2013, 09:31 AM
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Would cardboard rolls or something like a tapered cotton candy paper holder work in those big holes or would it be best to let the ML ooze over and coat the edges of the hole? Will it make the plastic plugs too snug to fit?

Thanks...!!

Cotton candy cones:
http://www.amazon.com/Cotton-Candy-E.../dp/B004X631G2
I suppose it will not hurt to use the cotton candy cones (never thought about those; good idea).

I may find the plugs do not fit now that I let the edges build up with ML.

I'll know come November!

good luck.
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post #11005 of 13185 Old 08-21-2013, 10:32 AM
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I suppose it will not hurt to use the cotton candy cones (never thought about those; good idea).

I may find the plugs do not fit now that I let the edges build up with ML.

I'll know come November!

good luck.
I sprayed my interior and the plugs fit fine.
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post #11006 of 13185 Old 08-21-2013, 11:03 AM
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Is there a good source for the good fitting, drain hole plugs? ALSO, I have about 16 random screw holes from odd stuff mounted over the years... What is the best way to fill them prior to going over everything with the Monstaliner?

It only hurts while you're breathing..
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post #11007 of 13185 Old 08-21-2013, 01:38 PM
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I was wondering the same thing. Wasn't sure if using a filler would be ok

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post #11008 of 13185 Old 08-21-2013, 02:11 PM
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What is the best liquid metal? Permatex or the JB Weld steel stik?

http://www.amazon.com/Weld-8267-S-St...d+metal+filler

Eric, will there be any ill effect of Monstaliner on any of these liquid/epoxy hole fillers?

It only hurts while you're breathing..
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post #11009 of 13185 Old 08-21-2013, 09:43 PM
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Woohoo, ordered my kit yesterday. Jon P in Canada.

Cant wait to get it in the tub for the Winter coming soon here in Newfoundland.

Great service too btw Eric.
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post #11010 of 13185 Old 08-22-2013, 02:04 AM
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Rubber expansion plugs from any plumbing section in a hardware store.
That's what I used for the "drain plug" holes in my xj.

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