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Unread 05-05-2010, 12:54 AM   #1291
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I am gonna start sanding mine when I get home from work this morning. I think I am going to have a problem with the drivers foot well though. It was full of mud, and took it down to the e-coat/primer, so I think I will sand it today, clean the foot well and apply chassis saver tomorrow, then line on Friday. Going out of town to a wedding on Saturday, so it will sit till Monday.

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Unread 05-05-2010, 01:01 AM   #1292
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I have a clean 99 xj classic, Id like to do the whole thing...any pics of people that have done this?
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Unread 05-05-2010, 03:49 AM   #1293
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Just placed my order for a 1 gallon kit to do my YJ. Live in an apt with no garage so was wondering when and where I would do this. Just found out today a co-worker is going on vacation for 2 weeks and I'm gonna watch his house for him, so might as well make use of his garage, lol. I'm planning on also coating my fender flares, any special prep work needed for the material to adhere to the plastic?
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Unread 05-05-2010, 05:13 AM   #1294
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I would definitly be interested in a smaller container of this stuff. Been tossing around the idea of doing my fender flares, think it would look slick. So let me know when that comes around. Cant wait to get the sticker too.

Also, updated my build thread with the monsta pics. Still loving it and ive gotten so many compliments on it.
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Unread 05-05-2010, 06:01 AM   #1295
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This Stuff looks awesome! Cant wait to go get some!
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Unread 05-05-2010, 06:59 AM   #1296
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You should have the touch up stuff. Pop open the can, peel back the top skin, add a little MEK, then dab it on. Underneath the skin there is still usable liner for a while as long as the can was kept closed.
That'd be nice if I hadn't already gotten rid of it. I tried to apply it to a small area I missed and it barely softened up to where I could apply it. If anybody around me gets the liner, I may see if I can use a few drops of it to touch it back up.
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Unread 05-05-2010, 07:25 AM   #1297
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I just measured the interior of my JK unlimited and it measures just around 11 feet long by 5 feet wide.

2 gallons?
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Unread 05-05-2010, 10:23 AM   #1298
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1 gal is 60 sq ft times two coats. 11x5 is 55 sq ft. 55 sq ft is less than 60 sq ft. 5 less in fact. So chances are you'll use the full gallon.
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Unread 05-05-2010, 11:14 AM   #1299
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1 gal is 60 sq ft times two coats. 11x5 is 55 sq ft. 55 sq ft is less than 60 sq ft. 5 less in fact. So chances are you'll use the full gallon.
thanks for doing the math for me.

I will probably bedline my full cage when I put it in too so I might as well just get 2 gallons.
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Unread 05-05-2010, 12:47 PM   #1300
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You will have quite a bit left over. Might as well do the cage and get 3 or 4 coats out of it. Who knows, you might find tons of uses for the extra stuff.

BTW, pretty cool new name Firekite.
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Unread 05-05-2010, 12:50 PM   #1301
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Thanks

It's not really new, though. It's what I've been using for over 10 years. The Firekite thing is just a fall-back when Deacon isn't available. Apparently it's available now, so I changed my name to that. Feels better now
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Unread 05-05-2010, 01:00 PM   #1302
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It's not really new, though. It's what I've been using for over 10 years. The Firekite thing is just a fall-back when Deacon isn't available. Apparently it's available now, so I changed my name to that. Feels better now
Very nice. I used to have a 7 attached to my name. Somehow there is someone how is using both Luckrider and Luckrider7 like I do. I am still pretty pissed since I can't have Luckrider from gmail.

Anyway, back on topic. Who thinks I should do the Rubi Rock Rails when I line the Jeep? I am getting ready to take them off today (or at least the tube steps). I think they would be great with a couple coats of Monstaliner on them. They are thicker steel than I originally though.
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Unread 05-05-2010, 01:09 PM   #1303
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You will have quite a bit left over. Might as well do the cage and get 3 or 4 coats out of it. Who knows, you might find tons of uses for the extra stuff.

BTW, pretty cool new name Firekite.
I am ok with having some left over.

I am sure I can find a lot more stuff to bedline
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Unread 05-05-2010, 01:30 PM   #1304
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Somehow there is someone how is using both Luckrider and Luckrider7 like I do. I am still pretty pissed since I can't have Luckrider from gmail.
Heh, for reference my gmail address is this user name I was one of the first to have a couple of accounts. It's actually a pain because people, in general, are ****ing retarded, and instead of putting deacon13 or whatever, they just put deacon, which means I'm constantly getting emails, "Your OnStar vehicle report" and "Your CareerBuilder.com profile is nearly complete" and whatever else, not to mention all the emails from stupid clergy and such who think I'm a friend of theirs from their church. I constantly get sensitive information, passwords people enter when creating accounts (in confirmation emails), order and shipping details, etc. It's a little ridiculous. It's a revealing look at not just how many stupid people there are out there but also how many truly slip-shod and half-assed sites and online services there are out there, many of which are huge, household names, who have absolutely terrible security and privacy practices and sometimes non-existent ways to get such things addressed. I got pissed at one idiot job seeker who put her name down but with my email address and started replying to every offer suggesting they could find a better candidate than someone who couldn't even get their own email address right (except in a few more words and not quite as polite).

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Who thinks I should do the Rubi Rock Rails when I line the Jeep? I am getting ready to take them off today (or at least the tube steps). I think they would be great with a couple coats of Monstaliner on them. They are thicker steel than I originally though.
You're going to be replacing them anyway, right? Leave them alone, and you'll get better money out of them when you sell them off to help cover the cost of actual rocker guards.
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Unread 05-05-2010, 01:34 PM   #1305
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Heh, for reference my gmail address is this user name I was one of the first to have a couple of accounts. It's actually a pain because people, in general, are ****ing retarded, and instead of putting deacon13 or whatever, they just put deacon, which means I'm constantly getting emails, "Thanks for signing up for OnStar!" and "Your CareerBuilder.com profile is nearly complete" and whatever else, not to mention all the emails from stupid clergy and such who think I'm a friend of theirs from their church. I constantly get sensitive information, passwords people enter when creating accounts (in confirmation emails), order and shipping details, etc. It's a little ridiculous.


You're going to be replacing them anyway, right? Leave them alone, and you'll get better money out of them when you sell them off to help cover the cost of actual rocker guards.
They probably will only get replaced for a savvy variant once the step is actually released. That also probably won't happen until I am out of college. I have a large wad of cash hiding out here at the house from Umpiring (I get $50-$60/game ), but that is being saved for spending money in College next year.
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