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05-26-2012 11:29 PM
WellsR Damn, hahah alright thats awosme. More then enough info there
05-26-2012 11:23 PM
lee indy 4dr Linex prep - JKowners.com : Jeep Wrangler JK Forum
Raptor Liner: how to - JKowners.com : Jeep Wrangler JK Forum
Spray in Liner - UPOL Raptor Tintable: Deep Water Blue - Page 13
How to remove your transfer case / 4wd knob


those threads helped me. one kit is more than enough.

lots of good tips from my local crew in this thread

who said they wanted to do the Raptor kit?
05-26-2012 11:19 PM
WellsR Ahh yea I get what your saying. This is still gonna be a few weeks away though. Maybe Ill pm you if I need anything
05-26-2012 11:11 PM
lee indy i meant for your tail gate. if you want interior color then get the tintable kit from raptorliner. ive seen it a few times just need to get urethane paint to add to it. i went black because of the dark green color and the rest of my black interior. i kinda wish i had a sahara or something with lighter interior. black and south georgia heat is gonna be bad but no worse than the dark green was. i think it would look kick ass in a sand color.
05-26-2012 11:03 PM
WellsR
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Originally Posted by lee indy View Post
you can get color match spray in a can online
I want black in the interior
05-26-2012 10:55 PM
lee indy you can get color match spray in a can online
05-26-2012 10:51 PM
WellsR Thats looks beautiful

You have won me over. But now thats to screech1 (http://www.wranglerforum.com/f8/spar...ck-162742.html) Im 98% sure Im gonna repaint mine. Then Ill worry about the liner, but as I said you won me over.
05-26-2012 10:46 PM
lee indy
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Originally Posted by WellsR View Post
Next week after I get my new cage and seats Im going to Rustoleum Spray on bedline my tub. Dont bother trying to talk me into get the more expensive liner like herc or monsta and I like the way Rustoleums liner looks. Im on a high school budget and I get 10% off alot of things at Walmart, one of them being any paint in rattle can.

I will be spraying it on when I have my seats and cage out(will be spraying cage also) and it will be able to cure for about 30+ hours.

But I have 2 questions.

How many cans will I need for the tub and cage? I tried searching but couldnt find anything about the amount, just about what people think about it.

The second question is how should I prep and should I use normal primer?

When I was taught to paint I was told to just rough up the current paint abit, prime it let it dry then repeat that step once more, then paint the rest let it dry then repat that for however many coats I want(which worked well for my rims, bumber, etc). For the this liner should I rough it down to bare metal or will my normal paint tactic be fine?

Edit - Oh and I forgot Im going to have new roll bar pads to dye. The duplicolor fabric dye seems good, how many cans of that will I need for sport pads?
dont waste your time with rattle cans. thats the cheap way and i dont mean price. get the raptorliner with the spray kit. 120 bucks delivered from tp tools

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Originally Posted by Shimtampa View Post
Monstaliner is the way to go!
roll ons suck no offense but we have two guys that did that in my local club 2 years ago and one guy who did the spray job 3 years ago. the monstaliner is pealing. rapotliner still looks new.

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Originally Posted by WellsR View Post
Ok you guys got me thinking. Ill see what it comes down to when the time comes.

At the moment Im still thinking the rustoleum spray, because some still say its worth it
i sold my hard top to a kid this weekend that did the spraycan to his inside. it looked like shit and he said it looked like shit. he is gonna order the raptorliner after seeing mine done.


here are the in process and finished product of mine. this stuff rocks. 120 bucks is awesome














05-26-2012 10:45 PM
lee indy
05-26-2012 10:44 PM
lee indy
Quote:
Originally Posted by WellsR View Post
Next week after I get my new cage and seats Im going to Rustoleum Spray on bedline my tub. Dont bother trying to talk me into get the more expensive liner like herc or monsta and I like the way Rustoleums liner looks. Im on a high school budget and I get 10% off alot of things at Walmart, one of them being any paint in rattle can.

I will be spraying it on when I have my seats and cage out(will be spraying cage also) and it will be able to cure for about 30+ hours.

But I have 2 questions.

How many cans will I need for the tub and cage? I tried searching but couldnt find anything about the amount, just about what people think about it.

The second question is how should I prep and should I use normal primer?

When I was taught to paint I was told to just rough up the current paint abit, prime it let it dry then repeat that step once more, then paint the rest let it dry then repat that for however many coats I want(which worked well for my rims, bumber, etc). For the this liner should I rough it down to bare metal or will my normal paint tactic be fine?

Edit - Oh and I forgot Im going to have new roll bar pads to dye. The duplicolor fabric dye seems good, how many cans of that will I need for sport pads?
dont waste your time with rattle cans. thats the cheap way and i dont mean price. get the raptorliner with the spray kit. 120 bucks delivered from tp tools

Quote:
Originally Posted by Shimtampa View Post
Monstaliner is the way to go!
roll ons suck no offense but we have two guys that did that in my local club 2 years ago and one guy who did the spray job 3 years ago. the monstaliner is pealing. rapotliner still looks new.

Quote:
Originally Posted by WellsR View Post
Ok you guys got me thinking. Ill see what it comes down to when the time comes.

At the moment Im still thinking the rustoleum spray, because some still say its worth it
i sold my hard top to a kid this weekend that did the spraycan to his inside. it looked like shit and he said it looked like shit. he is gonna order the raptorliner after seeing mine done.


here are the in process and finished product of mine. this stuff rocks. 120 bucks is awesome
05-26-2012 10:32 PM
pupa1 HAY THINK CAN USE ON MY WIFE BIG PAIN THE ASS SHE IS
05-24-2012 10:16 PM
WellsR Ok you guys got me thinking. Ill see what it comes down to when the time comes.

At the moment Im still thinking the rustoleum spray, because some still say its worth it
05-24-2012 10:13 PM
hawgfan0705
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Originally Posted by WellsR View Post
Hawg you do have a point. What do the roll on kits cost? And I would be doing 2 layers
If I'm not mistaken the black roll on kit is $134.00 and you can get a code for free shipping plus a quart of chasis saver. Thay also sell it in quart sizes but I think they just started doing that. If you want a different color the tintalbe gallon kit is $134.00 plus you have to buy an 8oz can of the color, prices vary on the color. This is just what I would do, I have done the inside and outside of my Jeep with monstaliner and I love it. Check out there website if you need to know anything else, it has alot of good info there.
05-24-2012 09:41 PM
Rockintheislander A scuff pad comes with the kit. I cleaned everything really well, scuffed what paint was left, blew it out and cleaned everything with acetone. The herculiner sticks like crazy. Make sure you either blow the tub out or let it dry really well because if there's any moisture left, the bedliner will lock the moisture in just as well as it locks it out.
05-24-2012 05:23 PM
Norcal_Chris I did rusto spray , duplicolor spray and both flaked bad pretty quick. That was with good prep too.

I have also done herc roll on. Didnt like that either. It is like sandpaper on your knees, and dirt and crap gets stuck in it and makes it look bad.

Now i only reccomend al's or monsta. Something that is catalyzed and has a less aggressive rubber crumb texture rather than Herculiner wich seems like black paint with sand in it.
05-24-2012 04:58 PM
Blue_94_YJ Rock, did you sand or do any prep besides pull the seats?
05-24-2012 03:53 PM
Rockintheislander

Before and after my herculiner roll on kit. 89.99 at O'rlieys.




Took 2 coats and probably a half hour per coat. Rolled on thick and has held up really well. I'd recommend it for sure.
05-24-2012 02:09 PM
raycer I sprayed my interior tub with the rustoleum bedliner and am happy with the results. I do plan on going over it again this summer with some more and perhaps using a roll on one instead. It held up fine over the winter with only a few scratches, but I also didn't lay it on very thick. I used about 6-8 cans doing the front floor, I left my wheel wells body color for the winter.
05-24-2012 01:20 PM
WellsR Hawg you do have a point. What do the roll on kits cost? And I would be doing 2 layers
05-24-2012 06:43 AM
Nas.a7x I just did my inner doors with dupli-color bedliner in rattle cans it took 2 cans just 2 do them.. I would also recomend monsterliner.(I painted the cause they didn't match the rest of the interior)
I did the pull handles also
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05-24-2012 05:30 AM
hawgfan0705 Not trying to change your mind or anything but by the time you buy enough rattle cans to do your tub and roll cage, you could buy the 1 gallon kit from monstaliner. I used 4 cans on my front and back bumpers and that was 2 coats. I can't imagine how many it will take, I would guess around 20, if you are putting 2 coats on. So at 7 or 8 bucks a can, you might even save money going with monstaliner. I might be stretching with 20 cans but I like putting this stuff on thick.
05-24-2012 01:05 AM
rebelBullDawg325 i broke several bolts taking my cage and seatbelts out. i use anti-seeze when i put everything back together. makes a world of difference
05-23-2012 08:10 PM
WellsR Yea today I was fighting with the roll bar bolts. Got all except 2 ou. and those I broke the head off of. Replaced with nice grade 8 hexs and washers and some never seeze. But a 42 inch pipe wrench worked awsome for getting them out, if anybody was wondering.

But I still have to get the other cage before I do any spraying. The new cage will be done while its off. That was the plan.

60 grit well be kept in mind. And I when Im done I will probably keep a touch up can with me.
05-23-2012 02:06 PM
rebelBullDawg325 Scuff it as good as you can, like 60 grit or rougher. blow out all the dust. Then rinse with water and dry. Then wipe down with alcohol or something to remove any oily residue. Then paint. Do the roll bar off of the jeep. Any bolt holes put the bolt part way in heat up and put wax on it (will will keep liner out of threads).

This will ensure the best adhesion and application but still may not work long term. Your floorboards get more wear and tear than anything else.
05-23-2012 01:30 PM
WellsR Like I said, Im going with the Rustoleum liner, thats it. I understand all the other stuff is better, and if I kick myself in the ass for it then I will regret not listening.

And Im not going to have the right color pads because Im getting a sport bar and its coming with free pads. And there dont macth. Ill wash them well and will take a look at the rite dye
05-23-2012 10:21 AM
MellowYellow89YJ
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Originally Posted by WellsR

Edit - Oh and I forgot Im going to have new roll bar pads to dye. The duplicolor fabric dye seems good, how many cans of that will I need for sport pads?
why not get the right color pads to start with? I have not had good luck with the duplicolor dye in the past, it can flake off. Rit dye is the better choice, and you can get it at Wal-Mart too. You will need to wash them really well before dying.... Even if new. This will keep you from having uneven color.

And with the liner.... You will regret going cheap on this. Lots have learned that lesson for you, you may wanna save up a bit for better quality. You would be better off with Herculiner than rustoleum, but Raptor or Monsta are the way to go.
05-23-2012 05:06 AM
Shimtampa Monstaliner is the way to go!
05-23-2012 01:10 AM
Bluegrass you get what you pay for... I say save up and use a good liner rather than go cheap and regret it in the long run.
05-22-2012 11:36 PM
banks316 I hate that stuff It chips easy, doesn't seem to stick very well. I tried three different methods. 1 scuff up then primer, scuff no primer, and raw metal same result. I will be removing it in favor of Monstaliner
05-22-2012 11:28 PM
pengintamer The rust oleum stuff is awesome. I did my flares and armor in that stuff. Doesn't need muck prep, I just made sure there was no dirt. Don't bother with primer, that stuff bonds to anything, including light rust. I'd go to home depot or lowes and pic up a couple cases. It stretches really far. I'm kicking around doing my tub with it as well, make sure to post pics when you're done!
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