Raptor Spray inside tub and underside of tub
I did the underside and inside of the tub of my 84 that I am doing a frame off on.
I did the underside of the tub, which is an 88 YJ tub converted to CJ, in U Pol Raptor Black shot as smooth as I could get it. The guy I had paint the tub and spray the Raptor, hadn't used it alot, but he was impressed how smooth he was able to get it.
I did the inside of by tub with U Pol Raptor Tintable, which was 92 Chevy Bright Bahama Blue, tinted, a little different shading than the outside paint job.
But the texture is different, but when you run a towel over the inside, it is smooth enough that I don't get hardly any towel fuzz left on the floor. This is something I wanted, in stead of bed liner spray or a ruff textured material like bedliner spray.
I didn't do the paint job on my jeep, but the guy I had paint it, has painted 7cars for me and he did a great job both inside and outside. He was very impressed with how he could spray it and used it to paint the inside of the doors and underside of a 55 Nomad he did for another guy.
After sandblasting the tub, I had him exopy seal it and etch primer it then, Raptor spray the underside and inside and then paint it. So, it should last me the rest of my life time in the Missouri Road Salt and gravel roads.
I had my 30 year old top painted Black with Raptor and painted the inside White with the tintable spray I had left, to help harden the aged fiberglass top and help cut down on outside noise.
I had the bumpers and roll cage and rear side corners, painted in Black Raptor, shooting it as smooth as he did the inside of the tub.
I used 8 cans of Black and 4 cans of the Tintalbe, the bumpers will probably redone 1st and go a little thicker, I will do this my self.
I am putting the Old School Western Turbine Wheels on it and I am wanting to try to paint the inside of the fins with the black raptor and then clear coat the wheels to see how they will hold up. Mike they paint guy said they should last for every, salt, sand and rocks should flake away the raptor, as it would paint. Have to see.
Since I can't post pictures, IM me and I can send you a couple of pictures from my phone, they are poor quality but you can see the underside.
I like Raptor and will used it on anything that will be used alot or in areas where it will be easy to scratch.
Hope, this helps. I like the stuff. But price has went up.