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post #691 of 1213 Old 05-06-2014, 06:43 PM
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post #692 of 1213 Old 05-07-2014, 01:23 PM
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Sprayed on 1 gallon interior and 2 gallons exterior. Used 2 medium coats to cover well and didn't worry about texture and then did 4 very light coats about an hour apart at 85 psi with the economy shutz gun to create a rougher texture. I think the texture turned out perfect for what I wanted. I didn't thin the liner either. I'll post completed pics once it's out of the booth and put back together.






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post #693 of 1213 Old 05-10-2014, 07:23 PM
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Monstalined midnight special! this was right after application of a gallon. I have another gallon, but I ran into some issues and had to put the jeep away for the night while I took care of things. I'm suprised on how well the gallon covered the jeep. We'll see how it dries and looks tomorow. If it's good I might just wait till some other time to scuff up and apply the other gallon

Edit: 3/4 back together
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post #694 of 1213 Old 05-11-2014, 01:43 PM
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how is this stuff holding up on floor pans etc? Is it drying out and chipping like some other bed liner kits? I did my YJ in 08 with duplicolor and its horrible. If this stuff is a good product which so far really looks to be I plan to use it when I repaint the jeep this spring. Even using it as a rocker guard on the quarters.

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post #695 of 1213 Old 05-12-2014, 07:02 AM
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Should Bondo work be primed before liner application?
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Should Bondo work be primed before liner application?
Yes. This is what I used
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post #697 of 1213 Old 05-12-2014, 07:33 AM
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yea an epoxy primer like ^ is what you want.

Has anyone installed this over sound deadening material on the floors?

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post #698 of 1213 Old 05-12-2014, 09:08 AM
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yea an epoxy primer like ^ is what you want. Has anyone installed this over sound deadening material on the floors?
i have on on my zj and my monstaliner is starting to crack and pull up a bit on the sound deadening meterial. I would sand the deadening down if I were to do it again.
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post #699 of 1213 Old 05-12-2014, 09:36 AM
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did you put down any sort of epoxy primer? I definitely plan on roughing up the sound deadener itself.

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i have on on my zj and my monstaliner is starting to crack and pull up a bit on the sound deadening meterial. I would sand the deadening down if I were to do it again.
What sound dampening material was used here?
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my monstaliner yj project

So i started the interior of my yj a few days ago.. i still need to finish scuffing the exterior before i apply the desert sand. i did 3 coats and had a qt gal left.[IMG][/IMG]
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What sound dampening material was used here?
just the stock material that's in the interior. As you can see.

Edit: this was all pre prep, just got the carpet out.
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After 3 coats

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And now just getting ready for the exterior.
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post #704 of 1213 Old 05-15-2014, 08:42 AM
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Exterior time..

exterior is desert sand, i used the whole 2 gal, but 1 gal gave me 2 coats, so with the 2nd gallon i did 2 more coats and had enough left to do 2 coats on my sport bar. love this color combo, i just hate waiting for this to cure, i just want to put it back together.... So inpatient
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Got my decals on. Used a heat gun after then were on to have them conform to the monstaliners texture. Will probably but a light satin clear coat over to prevent any water from getting in.

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