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Old 04-03-2012, 12:32 AM   #1
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Couple of beers and away I went.... Didn't do the best prep job cuz the worst that will go in the back is my dog and I think she won't hurt it to much... And of course tool box for when I'm out in the bush... But here's the start... Show more pics back together tomorrow or next day
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Couple of beers and away I went.... Didn't do the best prep job cuz the worst that will go in the back is my dog and I think she won't hurt it to much... And of course tool box for when I'm out in the bush... But here's the start... Show more pics back together tomorrow or next day
Spray on or roll on? How much did you have to use?

Let us know if its louder on the inside when on the freeway, please.

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Old 04-03-2012, 02:29 PM   #3
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Nice work PROBO. Ive always had a ? about lining inside jeeps. I had a pickup bed rhino-lined about 15 years ago and to this day,it still has a strong '' chemical '' smell to it. Lets us know if you have this issue.
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Old 04-03-2012, 02:44 PM   #4
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Need details.

Product, prep work, time, coats, etc. etc. Looks good!
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interested in more details. want to do it my self like all my other mods, but with no garage or car port, it's damn near impossible...ughhh! wonder if he used herculiner, or monstaliner.

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Old 04-03-2012, 05:37 PM   #6
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interested in more details. want to do it my self like all my other mods, but with no garage or car port, it's damn near impossible...ughhh! wonder if he used herculiner, or monstaliner.

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Caso, definitely something that is do able without a garage or car port. I was able to monstaline within a 2 day weekend. However, there were a few things I did before the weekend started. I pulled the carpet, got rid of that damn sound deadening stuff, and went to a shop to have them use their air tools to loosen the bolts on the front seat so they came out easy with a hand tool in my driveway. The first day, I removed my doors, front and rear seats, and everything else I needed to remove ( I actually left the seatbelts and the plastic casing along the door sill of the driver and passenger side in ). I vacuumed, cleaned, scuffed, acetoned whatever I could on saturday. I think I also covered up the drain plugs and ground wire spots. Then I put my doors and soft top back up over night to prevent the interior from getting dirty. Probably spent 3 hours doing this saturday. Sunday I woke up early, vacummed, scuffed and acetoned some more. After that, taped everything up REAL good ( thank god my gf has the patience for that) . Then laid down a coat, let dry for 2 hours, and laid down another coat. Sunday I spent maybe 8 hours doing everything that need to be down. the hardest part was taping everything since I didnt remove too much from vehicle, and trying to achieve that "sprayed on" look by using the rollers and pads a certain way. Definitely something worth doing yourself. If you are able to easily get your seats out and the sound deadening is already removed, its a 2 day process. I think you saw my pics I posted, so keep in mind that the monsta liner is a little glossy type of black. I used monstaliner because I believe it will hold up better over time, and I think the glossy finish will fade once exposed to the sun after some time. Let me know if you want any more info.
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Caso, definitely something that is do able without a garage or car port. I was able to monstaline within a 2 day weekend. However, there were a few things I did before the weekend started. I pulled the carpet, got rid of that damn sound deadening stuff, and went to a shop to have them use their air tools to loosen the bolts on the front seat so they came out easy with a hand tool in my driveway. The first day, I removed my doors, front and rear seats, and everything else I needed to remove ( I actually left the seatbelts and the plastic casing along the door sill of the driver and passenger side in ). I vacuumed, cleaned, scuffed, acetoned whatever I could on saturday. I think I also covered up the drain plugs and ground wire spots. Then I put my doors and soft top back up over night to prevent the interior from getting dirty. Probably spent 3 hours doing this saturday. Sunday I woke up early, vacummed, scuffed and acetoned some more. After that, taped everything up REAL good ( thank god my gf has the patience for that) . Then laid down a coat, let dry for 2 hours, and laid down another coat. Sunday I spent maybe 8 hours doing everything that need to be down. the hardest part was taping everything since I didnt remove too much from vehicle, and trying to achieve that "sprayed on" look by using the rollers and pads a certain way. Definitely something worth doing yourself. If you are able to easily get your seats out and the sound deadening is already removed, its a 2 day process. I think you saw my pics I posted, so keep in mind that the monsta liner is a little glossy type of black. I used monstaliner because I believe it will hold up better over time, and I think the glossy finish will fade once exposed to the sun after some time. Let me know if you want any more info.
thanks for the post. it's not that I don't feel I could do it in a parking lot, it's that my apartment complex is strict about doing things in the lot. I don't blame them, I wouldn't want a bunch of oil spills or people in the way because they are rotating tires, working on engine, etc...I would totally do it myself if the rules weren't so strict. I felt awkward just changing out my clear light signals and putting on my fender flare.

I probably won't line the inside until a couple months anyway...this addiction is finally wearing off (for now). just getting fun things for it now that are easy to install and are cheap(er).
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Old 04-03-2012, 10:49 PM   #8
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I didn't remove the sound deadening cuz I didn't want the sound of people's feet with offroading and everything it would sound hollow... Keeps your feet sound down a bit... Aesthetically not as pleasing as removing but this wasn't as much of a aesthetic thing ... More as a I can take my doors off and go play in the bush and not give a shit.... Iv tried dupli color before.... Cans came super clumpy wasn't very pleased with it do returned it both times... Ended up going with a plasti kote bed liner... Stuff seems great rolled on real nice real even and wasn't super sanpapery... Prep time was a bit.. Removed seats and carpet ... Then washed inside with a sttong chemical cleaner... ( shop was out of de greaser )....all in all taking seats out and prep was 3.5 hrs... Applying the bed liner was easy... Cut in ( around plastic ) using little paint brush..... Rolled the rest of it. That was all done within 2 hrs.... By then had a couple wobble pops and retired inside to have a couple more with a buddy.... Woke up to apply the 2nd coat about 6 hrs later ( kits usually say 2hrs later but it's cold in Vancouver island so wasn't worried about it drying to much ) and re rolled the major hours ) I'm expecting this to take a couple days to set so I can put my seats back in... If I was to do this again I would wait to summer... And to be honest... Next time I'll spend the extra 200 and prepped it myself... And take it to line ex.... All in all I am pretty satisfied

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