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Old 04-03-2014, 06:10 PM   #1
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Nicely done. Looks great.
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Old 04-03-2014, 06:22 PM   #6
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Old 04-03-2014, 06:23 PM   #7
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Nicely done. Looks great.
Thanks! Not gonna lie the prep really sucked. My jeep likes to to be difficult with every little project
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Old 04-03-2014, 06:31 PM   #8
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Some issues I had with my jeep during prep: cement glued dynaliner on the front and rear passenger floor pans (not my idea--was the PO "upgrade"). That little upgrade had me scraping and cleaning that gunk off for about 4days straight. If you have this problem, MEK won't work too well. Clean up the bigger chunks. Then liberally use brake cleaner with a rag and it'll melt right off. The pictures below show the rust the rubber cement trapped on the front passenger floor pan. I used a wire brush and 80 grit sandpaper and went to town. It was pitted rust but luckily never made it all the way through. I live very close to the ocean so I had to quickly get it primed before it started rusting again. Used silver aluminum Chassis saver by the same guys who make Monstaliner. GREAT stuff.

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Old 04-03-2014, 06:33 PM   #9
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Old 04-03-2014, 06:37 PM   #10
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Old 04-04-2014, 08:39 AM   #11
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Did you roll or spray it?
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Awesome! I want to do the same thing. Did you buy the liner locally or order online? How much did you use and mind if I ask how much it cost?
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I will be doing this project very soon. Thanks for the pics it really does look great.
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Did you roll or spray it?
rolled it. super easy and i love the texture
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Awesome! I want to do the same thing. Did you buy the liner locally or order online? How much did you use and mind if I ask how much it cost?
Bought it online from the Monstaliner website. I'm not aware of any local stores that sell the liner. Used almost the entire can with plenty left for small touch ups (i painted two thick layers). If i have one complaint is that the stuff thickens up a little too fast (it reacts to moisture in the atmosphere and i live in humid conditions).

I believe the 1 gal tintable kit, plus the tint, plus the chassis saver plus the two inch roller kit i bought from Monstaliner was about $220. Mind you, I had all that stuff shipped to hawaii so $52 out that $220 was shipping Yeah...it sucked. But the product and all the effort it took was totally worth it. Esp considering all horrible reputations of bedlining work of the "professionals" where i live
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I will be doing this project very soon. Thanks for the pics it really does look great.
Thanks! let me know if you have any questions
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Wow, this looks awesome. Any reason for choosing the color you did?
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Wow, this looks awesome. Any reason for choosing the color you did?
I liked the color a lot and wanted something that wasn't the exact same color as the outside of my jeep. I wanted black but then I live where it's pretty hot year round. So having a black tub would make it miserable. Plus I thought desert sand (the color I picked) would go well with the exterior color. What do you guys think? Little too off color or looks alright?
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Looks good to me dude. I have anvil blue jeep but thought about getting the smurf blue monstaliner .. It's pretty bold tho so I'm not sure.
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Looks good to me dude. I have anvil blue jeep but thought about getting the smurf blue monstaliner .. It's pretty bold tho so I'm not sure.
Before I settled on a color I ordered a sample set of paint chips from monstaliner. They'll send you 5 different ones free of charge, or all their colors for just $6.50. Granted it's just a tiny 1" x 1" square but at least you won't have to guess by looking at the computer screen. I think the smurf color would be pretty cool. I also feel like jeeps can be just about any color and still look friggin cool
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What color is that? Is that jeep spice?
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That looks great! Looks stock with the Jeep, and you did a really clean job.

I also just finished mine (Sans Panties in a black Jeep) and agree with your points. You have to work quickly, but carefully. After your first few rolls, it's going to dry quicker and be thicker. You have to follow all instructions about mixing and closing the container during use.

I also agree, go and order your paint chips first. The company is currently out of NY and is in the middle of a full move to MS (I think or AL), and shipping for me was quick. The colors of the chips were very different from what was on screen, which is typical with paint colors.

Don't skimp on your prep, it's the #1 most important task. Sand away all rust, primer any bare metal spots, wet sand glossy spots. Wash. Wash Wash. Set aside a whole day for prep and taping. Set aside another day for the painting portion.
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Just ordered my monster line today. Doing yellow tub with the black exterior.
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What color is that? Is that jeep spice?
dessert sand
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Finished the lining.
that looks awesome great job!! how was the whole process of getting all done?
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That looks great! Looks stock with the Jeep, and you did a really clean job.

I also just finished mine (Sans Panties in a black Jeep) and agree with your points. You have to work quickly, but carefully. After your first few rolls, it's going to dry quicker and be thicker. You have to follow all instructions about mixing and closing the container during use.

I also agree, go and order your paint chips first. The company is currently out of NY and is in the middle of a full move to MS (I think or AL), and shipping for me was quick. The colors of the chips were very different from what was on screen, which is typical with paint colors.

Don't skimp on your prep, it's the #1 most important task. Sand away all rust, primer any bare metal spots, wet sand glossy spots. Wash. Wash Wash. Set aside a whole day for prep and taping. Set aside another day for the painting portion.
where are the pictures??
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The prep work was a pain in the rear. If I could go back I would have pulled the roll cage out to make it easier to reach them spots. And on the side walls I would have tried using a sponge instead of the paint brush they provided. I do like the yellow it is very bright. But really added a nice twist to it. Last I would mark out the areas that are not covered by the center council. I thought it covered a bigger spot then it did. I have some touch ups to do. But Monstaline only sells it by the gallon. So once I get some more stuff to line I will order more.
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I know this is kind of a dead thread but it's just about the only one I've found that actually details the process/shows photos of the jeep with masking still in place. I'm about to take this project on myself so that's priceless thank you!

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