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post #76 of 352 Old 06-11-2008, 06:26 AM
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Sned those pics to hdturpen@yahoo.com and I'll post them for you.
Pics have been sent thanks for the help. enjoy jc


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Pics have been sent thanks for the help. enjoy jc

You need to post those pic's here cause that's a great example of how a pro job looks. What kind/type/brand paint did you mix in, and at what ratio?

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Sned those pics to hdturpen@yahoo.com and I'll post them for you.
turpehar, Thanks for the compliments. I went into some detail in post #72 I think it was but to answer your ? It is the cheaper omnie automotive paint ith no clear and no binder. The ratio is 4.1.1 that is 4 of the gray bedliner material 1 paint and one activator. I did three pretty heavy coats with half a gallon. Oh one more thing I thought you were going to post them for my lazy ARSE. I'll have to work on it. JC

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Nice work. Come to Long Island and do mine!
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Oh one more thing I thought you were going to post them for my lazy ARSE. I'll have to work on it. JC

OK, you caught me being lazy too.







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Turpehar, thanks for the post up. Neat to see my tub on ciber space. When I get it put back together I'll post some picures of the process. This stuff is super easy to shoot. If you want to practice go buy some under coating an a schulz gun and spray the fender wells of your jeep. The SEMs is very forgiving and drys pretty fast. I sprayed it right where you see it and bugs weren't a problem. The color actually matches better than the pics show. The texture makes it look alittle different. I would recommend this to anyone wanting to color match the exterior and wanted a medium grade of protection from the elements. It will scratch if your try hard enough but it fit my bill perfectly. Thanks again jc

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post #82 of 352 Old 06-27-2008, 03:55 PM
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I'm going to try to spray mine this weekend, weather allowing, but have a question for those who haved used the Raptor. What PSI did you use to spray? I want the heaviest coat I can get.
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post #83 of 352 Old 06-27-2008, 09:42 PM
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turpehar, I've read where you spayed at 40 psi, what about you other guys? I've read all 6 pages of this thread! Can I get some more input?

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turpehar, I've read where you spayed at 40 psi, what about you other guys? I've read all 6 pages of this thread! Can I get some more input?
You'll find that any pressure between 30 and 70 will work just fine. You'll just adjust the distance you spray from and the speed in which you move the gun.
Really, this is so easy.

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My buddy has a huge air tank in his shop that he hooks sanders and stuff like that to. Is that the kind of air compressor im looking for??? Also Im ripping out my herc and putting this in, the herc looks good for about two weeks then just starts to look nasty, it holds all kinds of dirt and i made the mistake of mudding with the top off and it took about three hours of hell to clean it.
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My kit will be here on the 24th and will be going in once I get my stitches out!!
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OK, I am a friend of a POR-15 dealer (he also restores Jeeps) and I have used almost every product POR has to offer. This coating looks EXACTLY like the "POW-R-LINER" http://www.stoprust.net/POW-R-LINER-...ing-p-182.html

Its kinda funny this is the only POR product I haven't used, BUT I will use it when I get around to protecting my hard work http://i288.photobucket.com/albums/l...k/100_0979.jpg
(I also work for a guy who does soda blasting, thats how I have bare metal on all my sheet metal including my cab)

I must say that coating you used looks great. What grit did you sand with? Also I can't tell from the pics, but it looks like it could be slick when its damp or has standing water in it.

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OK, I am a friend of a POR-15 dealer (he also restores Jeeps) and I have used almost every product POR has to offer. This coating looks EXACTLY like the "POW-R-LINER" http://www.stoprust.net/POW-R-LINER-...ing-p-182.html
You could do two mabye three vehicles with U-pol for the price of one of those POR setups.
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I dont understand what kind of air compressor does it need?
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