I had it stripped and had to wait 6 days with my Jeep in stripped down in my garage for 5 days. Took a while to get here in CA from NY. Free shipping though so no worries.
As far as the kit goes everything is very good, wasn't a hard job at all. I would recommend getting a few extra paint brushes. After the first coat I the brush was hammered so I had to get some more. Between coats I brewed a batch of beer and it was ready for the second coat. This morning i had some spots that I missed and it was still good in the can you can see in some of these pics a few I missed it was much easier to see in the sun where I had.
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Looks great!! I'm in the process of stripping everything out of me jeep... Found a big rust hole to the left of the e-beake bracket so I have to have that fixed before I go any further... Damn rust...
I know a lot of things, most of them are only correct in my own head...
Better to be judged by twelve then carried by six. I'm sure this is going to get me in trouble down the line
2000 sport, 5speed, 1-1/4 body lift, 3" zone, metal cloak front fenders, metal cloak control arms, 4.88, 35" cooper stt.
Looks great. Did you use chassis saver before you applied? It looks like you did but I couldn't tell. How many extra rollers do you think you need?
I did not use chassis saver. I didnt have any rust. I got a little over zealous with my sanding prep work and brought it down to bare metal in some spots so I primered those spots before lining it. The kit comes with two rollers and I used one for the first coat and the fresh one for the second coat. I had enough left over where I could have done maybe another coat or my fender flares or bumpers etc. There is a lot of brush work. I picked up a three pack consisting of a 1", 2", and 3" brushes. The 1" brush was really handy in the tighter spots.
Man that looks great! I did the floors in my old jeep but the jeep was black, but i do have to say that red and black look does look nice. i just had to take my carpet out of my current jeep after having water up to my shins a few weekends ago so thats my next project on this one!
Lining the tub has been on my list for a looooooong time. Just when I get ready to do a spray in job, I find Monstaliner and in a perfect color. Like it was meant to be. The problem is now I'm doing way more than I had oringinally planned. Starts like this: Ok, so I gotta strip the interior out. What else should I do while the interior's out?.... *Credit card comes out*