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post #226 of 515 Old 06-17-2010, 11:35 PM Thread Starter
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Post that here: http://www.jeepforum.com/forum/f43/i...-liner-875162/

I have no control over colors. I would like to see them too though.


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post #227 of 515 Old 06-18-2010, 06:55 AM
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I'm REALLY liking how easy this stuff is to clean! With the dust and pollen around here, the interior gets dusty quickly. Just a simple wipe with a damp cloth. Simple Green if you really want to clean it. Just wipes. No deep nooks or crannies for stuff to get stuck. It cleans up VERY well.

Makes me realize the problems my friend is going to have with his herc'd interior. Gonna shred any rag he tries to clean with! It also makes me realize just how much crap my carpet was probably keeping in. Jeep no longer has that musty smell at all! SWEET!

The touch up kit should be about cured (I did my few repairs from my bad prep job on the driver door sill and some BAD rubbing from 4 days at a jamboree with a wood rear deck). Repairs look GREAT! Since I didn't have to drive it, I let it cure all week w/o touching it. The moisture in the air has been about 59-100% all week so it has cured quite well. Pics were posted in the Monstaliner thread in the vendor section, but I'll be getting a few fresh ones this weekend when I finally pull the TJ out of the garage.

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post #228 of 515 Old 06-22-2010, 10:32 PM
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Luckrider, I read over your monstaliner thread right before i was gonna have it rhinoed. I decided to try it. Stuffs great. Great recommendation. I would say it is my favorite inexpensive mod.

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post #229 of 515 Old 06-22-2010, 10:35 PM Thread Starter
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I am glad I saved you some money then Post up some pics if you have them.

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post #230 of 515 Old 06-22-2010, 10:40 PM
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I dont have any of the full re install but heres the before and first coat. I will post some new ones when i update my build with the tub tire carrier. thanks again





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O and MEK..... thats a love hate relationship.

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post #231 of 515 Old 06-29-2010, 09:15 PM
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Ordered and will be installing this next weekend. Wish me luck!
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post #232 of 515 Old 06-29-2010, 09:25 PM Thread Starter
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Good Luck. Post up some pics in the vendor display when you finish.

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post #233 of 515 Old 07-01-2010, 08:30 PM
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well i just started to remove stuff tonight. all that I have left now is the 2 front seats and to take the center console off (already unbolted all of it). Then little things like the floor snaps from the carpet and stuff on the tailgate. Luckrider- did you unbolt the 2 bolts on the side of the center console? I didn't see anything about it in your writeup but I unbolted them. Don't know if they're just for the e-brake somehow or what. Also I sheared ALL 4 rear seat bracket bolts off..what a HUGE PITA. After about 5 broken drill bits me and my dad finally just used a punch and a hammer and punched them all thru.
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Post a pic of the center console bolts. Yours might be different because there are different consoles for different years.

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Well its dark out so I'll check tomorrow in the light to see if I can tell what they go to. As long as the console comes off it will be fine.
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Question: Is it possible to use Monstaliner over top dynamat? I'd like the versatility of a bed lined tub, but the sound and heat qualities of the carpet. A dynamat type product would solve that. Just need to know if Monstaliner with adhere well to the aluminum foil type layer or not.
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Question: Is it possible to use Monstaliner over top dynamat? I'd like the versatility of a bed lined tub, but the sound and heat qualities of the carpet. A dynamat type product would solve that. Just need to know if Monstaliner with adhere well to the aluminum foil type layer or not.
no. no way. not a chance.
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Question: Is it possible to use Monstaliner over top dynamat? I'd like the versatility of a bed lined tub, but the sound and heat qualities of the carpet. A dynamat type product would solve that. Just need to know if Monstaliner with adhere well to the aluminum foil type layer or not.
I seriously doubt that Monstaliner will stick to the foil surface.
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Crap! I can't even wash my car where I live Apartment building !!
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post #240 of 515 Old 08-22-2010, 04:23 PM
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Chassis saver?

Eric (i.e. Magnetman) (Luckrider too, since you are the man) I am doing install this week. I am going to use Chassis Saver on rust places in driver's floorpan. Do I scuff entire Jeep, MEK, and then apply Saver? Do I just wire brush floorpan, apply Saver, then scuff rest of Jeep, and them MEK? What is best order to go in? How long do I wit between Saver and Monsta? Thanks.


I will post pics before and after.
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