Wow, Just installed my monstaliner yesterday night by myself in a one care garage. This stuff is great and seams stout. I'm very impressed and is way better than the durabak jobs I've seen and it feels way better than my bedlinered top felt with rusto.
I chose desert sand. The first complete picture shows the color better than the last picture. The last picture was just to show the texture. Let me know if you have any questions!!!
thats before I started scufing. Its a before picture. And I rolled it on... It only costs $160 for the whole roll on it kit with color but many people have sprayed this stuff too and it comes out just the same.
Just started putting all my seats and everything back in and this stuff is tuff... I feel no remorse for chucking tools at it like I used to with my factory paint. Glad I went with desert sand as it was as close to a match as anyone's going to notice.
Interesting...good job bro: and it *does* look good! Matter of fact, it looks *exactly* like the Durabak job I just did on mine! I'm curious: what, about it, makes you think it's better then Durabak? Considering they look the same and do the same job in the end, I'm just wondering....
Originally Posted by TheDirtyGeneral
Wow, Just installed my monstaliner yesterday night by myself in a one care garage. This stuff is great and seams stout. I'm very impressed and is way better than the durabak jobs I've seen...
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