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post #271 of 1206 Old 03-18-2013, 03:13 PM
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Henggeler do you need any rollers with that Smurf quart?

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post #272 of 1206 Old 03-18-2013, 09:17 PM
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Yea. Was getting dark and the shop lights suck. Going to take some pictures in the daylight
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post #273 of 1206 Old 03-24-2013, 01:27 AM
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Say, is the pyroclastic less glossy than the black? It looks that way on the website.
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post #274 of 1206 Old 03-24-2013, 01:58 AM
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Say, is the pyroclastic less glossy than the black? It looks that way on the website.
Not really. Sometimes when I choose a particular photograph to make a chip from it may or may not have been using flash or at an angle where you can see the gloss. I pick based on which best shows the color as close as possible.

Also, The actual gloss level/sheen of the chips we make varies at times because of the speed we need to make them. Sometimes we have to force dry them and I think that's when the gloss is lower than curing naturally. You may also be seeing that variation in the chips on the website.

For the most part, everything cures with a low satin sheen. The temperature in our warehouse also affects this when we are making chips in cold vs warmer temps
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post #275 of 1206 Old 03-25-2013, 10:50 AM
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You got any Chassis Saver or primers?
Umm not sure if I have any, may have the bare metal primer I used when I first painted
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Henggeler do you need any rollers with that Smurf quart?
Nope still got mine cause I sprayed the first time
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For anyone out there who did the outside of their rig, hows it holding up? (specifically roll on)
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Trees n branches in tight trails haven't left a mark, door hinge rubbed it straight to metal in no time tho
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Top vibration wearin it off fast too
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post #280 of 1206 Old 03-25-2013, 08:12 PM
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Trees n branches in tight trails haven't left a mark, door hinge rubbed it straight to metal in no time tho
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Top vibration wearin it off fast too
Pics? I'm about a week away from having the funds to place my order and would like to see how it holds up down the line.

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When I finish my jeep, if i have any left, would their be any issues painting my hi-lift jack?

I realize, prep work is key, but I wasn't sure If you thought the liner would screw with the function of the lift.
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When I finish my jeep, if i have any left, would their be any issues painting my hi-lift jack?

I realize, prep work is key, but I wasn't sure If you thought the liner would screw with the function of the lift.
It might make the jacking function a lot harder
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If my tub is already bed lined but is starting to peel. Do i need to take the whole thing off or can i just roll or spray right over it?
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No sense in posting the pictures of the prep work as that is self explanatory. Here are the pictures of the pyroclastic that I rolled on my tub. I love it!!





Haven't had issues with it and its been down for about 7 months. I am going to do the exterior in Blood Bath! What do you guys think?



I like the way the colors play off each other.

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post #285 of 1206 Old 03-29-2013, 05:10 PM
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If my tub is already bed lined but is starting to peel. Do i need to take the whole thing off or can i just roll or spray right over it?
If the peeling stops at some point and you find that the rest of it is stuck well when you pick at an edge with a scraper you can coat over what is good.

Do you know what liner it is?
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