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Unread 07-30-2011, 05:40 PM   #196
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Very cool! I have those scattered all over the place at work

I had a full spoiled gallon of black Chassis Saver that was like 6 years old, haed as a rock and we cut the can off of it.

If it was round it would be like a bowling ball


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Unread 07-30-2011, 09:15 PM   #197
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Funny you mentioned that-I went to re-use my roller tray that I had done the chassis saver in the other day with fresh Monsta and found the same thing. I went to crack it to pull it up and start the process of chipping away all the loose stuff so I wouldn't have little pieces in my new stuff. To my surprise, a small section popped loose from the tray so I started to pull, and out came the entire tray shaped piece of chassis saver in one complete, well formed replica of the tray itself-little dents and all. Was pretty cool, never had that happen like that before with anything else. I was amazed at how flexible it was as I was playing with it a bit in the shop before setting it aside. Should have taken a pic, but I think my boy tossed it in the trash when he was cleaning up everything else. Impressive to say the least. Nice to know how tough it really is. That bucket though is pretty cool-hard to believe it came out in the exact shape like that being all round. A tray liner is cool in itself and I was impressed with it, but for that shape to occur, now THAT is impressive!

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Unread 07-30-2011, 09:30 PM   #198
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It was the same exact thing for me with the ML, but it cracked a little where thin. The ML is not quite as flexible.
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Unread 07-30-2011, 09:35 PM   #199
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It was the same exact thing for me with the ML, but it cracked a little where thin. The ML is not quite as flexible.
That is correct. CS is quite unique like that

Wait till you see the cardboard box I'm turning into a goldfish bowl with the corrugated soaked in clear CS.

Cutting holes in sides and siliconing clear lexan windows so you can see inside.

Just going to be a conversation piece full of water and fish
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That will be damn smexy. You can use it as a cool way to show how the CS seals metal to protect it from ever rusting.
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I guess I'm gonna be the only one to do my frame with the Silver...
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I guess I'm gonna be the only one to do my frame with the Silver...
I have another M416 tub I'd like to do in silver chassis saver as well, just can't afford it just yet. Going to talk with the owner next time I see him and show him the other black I've done, see if I can talk him into ordering it so I don't have to... Interested to see how well it covers the small little weld seams/cracks and the difference between it and the black. The black did incredible over the smaller stuff I had, then is really amazing coated again with the ML on the other tub I did. At least the outside. Haven't yet got the inside of the tub done. REALLy interested to see how that one turns out too with ML over it. This CS stuff is really an amazing product.

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Alright here are a before and after shot of the bottom of my tub. I fixed the holes, ground the OEM undercoating off, and put 2 coats of CS on it.

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I think that it made a 100% change for the good! I also did the underside of my front fenders, the brackets that hold the fenders to the tub and the engine bay. I didnt take pics of that though. When I crawl under my Tj now EVERYTHING is Chassis Saved! Tub, frame, inner fenders, engine bay, EVERYTHING! (except the gastank skid and case skid that are gonna be replaced with some aftermarket products)
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And I still have almost a half a galllon left!!!!!
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Great pics, thanks!

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Alright here are a before and after shot of the bottom of my tub. I fixed the holes, ground the OEM undercoating off, and put 2 coats of CS on it.

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I think that it made a 100% change for the good! I also did the underside of my front fenders, the brackets that hold the fenders to the tub and the engine bay. I didnt take pics of that though. When I crawl under my Tj now EVERYTHING is Chassis Saved! Tub, frame, inner fenders, engine bay, EVERYTHING! (except the gastank skid and case skid that are gonna be replaced with some aftermarket products)
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Unread 08-01-2011, 06:33 AM   #207
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How long does this stuff last?
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How long does this stuff last?
Floor epoxy? On a properly prepped surface this is a 10 year coating.

It's not indestructible. You can drop a sledge on it an pop it off a spot but it's 8 to 10 x thicker than Home Depot junk
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Unread 08-01-2011, 08:56 AM   #209
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No, I meant the Chassis Saver that this thread is about. :P

Sorry to confuse.

You mentioned it starting to gray at some point, so I went with the Silver. But my question is, how long before we'd need to reapply this stuff? Just a general answer, I'm aware that the NE would need it monthly in the winter.
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i dont plan on having to reapply it ever, and im in the salt belt, wny.
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