This. :cheers2:So you had someone drive you to the trail while you were drinking, then you wheeled, then they drove you home? Or you drove your Jeep to the trail, someone drove you home, you drank, then they drove you back and watched you wheel and then you left your Jeep there and then they drove you home? This story makes no sense. I don't even know you but I sense back pedaling. I have been in this hobby long enough to know that even talk of removing the cat or talking about drinking and wheeling is enough to get trails shut down.
It doesn't matter if someone else took off their cat or drove drunk, that doesn't mean you should do it. So someone took the cat off their tuner or camaro, fine, let them trash their own hobby. But whether you like it or not, on this forum and out in the real world, you are representing the 4x4 community and people's opinions on it since you drive a lifted Jeep (not sure if yours is lifted or not). Tree huggers will use anything and I mean ANYTHING as fuel for the fire to get trails shut down. Don't believe me? Do a search on it. I have been to some of the local debates on public land use and some of the stuff these people dig up to try to shut down the 4x4 community is un-real. Yes they have even dug up threads on off-road forums and used them to their advantage when idiots talk about wheeling illegaly and doing stupid stuff like that. (Again, I am not targeting just you).
The worst is the mudders. I do attend mud bogs but I do it to hang out with friends and watch and yes I drink when I am there, but I am not driving or doing anything stupid. My truck stays back at the campsite. The environazis usually target the mud boggers and put all 4x4 guys into that category and the mudders give them plenty of ammunition with drinking and driving, having people ride in the bed of their trucks through mud holes, driving through trees and all that.
I am sorry for the rant, but after seeing how much effort it takes to keep this hobby going and putting a good word out for all wheelers, I can see how easy it is for one retard to screw it all up by opening his mouth. (Again, not targeting just you.) Don't drink and wheel, don't talk about cutting your cat off and don't talk about illegaly wheeling.
Wow that's awesome! What color and brand of paint?Test painted a panel for my new color, came out way better than I expected. Very very happy with the result's.
Thanks! :thumbsup:That color is sweet!
It's called Daytona Electric Blue Metallic, I got the paint from paintforcars.comWow that's awesome! What color and brand of paint?
Haha, thanks man!Looks good HankyDanky! Looks like Ford's sonic blue. Beautiful.
Depends on the texture you want. Roll on is a lot rougher. Duplicolor is a bit more porous than rustoleum but rustoleum is kind of thin and runs easier. Rustoleum has a fairly nice smooth finish to it but Duplicolor takes less coats to make a thick finish.Jeepnbo said:removed my lower molding today.. the molding took the paint off the passenger side door and bare metal is showing what grit sandpaper did some of you use to remove the paint? also spray can bedliner or roll on with brush?
I would use a pretty coarse grit sandpaper, and roll on bedliner. I've been trying the spray on stuff and it either chips off easy, doesn't spray right, or gets runs in it..removed my lower molding today.. the molding took the paint off the passenger side door and bare metal is showing what grit sandpaper did some of you use to remove the paint? also spray can bedliner or roll on with brush?
I two toned my XJ with Herculiner and IMO came out pretty good. With Bedliner u just need to take haze off paint do even just a Brillo pad is fine then give a quick acetone rubdown.Jeepnbo said:removed my lower molding today.. the molding took the paint off the passenger side door and bare metal is showing what grit sandpaper did some of you use to remove the paint? also spray can bedliner or roll on with brush?