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Old 08-19-2012, 09:53 PM   #1
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Hey, so i've been wanting to monstaline my entire jeep, interior and exterior. I was wondering how many gallons it would probably take. they come in 1 and 2 gallon kits. if i can do the exterior with just one gallon i might do that and hold off on taking the carpet out. but i was just curious of the amount i would need

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Old 08-19-2012, 09:59 PM   #2
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There's quite a few threads on this if you search

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Old 08-20-2012, 12:53 AM   #3
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i'll be sure to check...in all honestly i was being lazy
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1 gallon for a regular TJ and an LJ.

If you're doing a 4 door JK, I'd go with the 2 gallon version.

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1 gallon for a regular TJ and an LJ.

If you're doing a 4 door JK, I'd go with the 2 gallon version.

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1 gallon will NOT cover the interior and exterior. I think you could do it with 2 though. I had about 1/4 gallon left after doing my TJ interior but I didnt get everything (like the vertical tub wall from the top of the rear wells to the soft top rail). I would say to be safe go with 3 so you can make it good and thick.
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OOPS, I TOTALLY missed the part about exterior. In that case, 2-3 gallons should be about right. And it would let you get a good thick coating on the exterior, if you wanted that.

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One gallon for the interior and 2 gallons for the exterior.

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