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05-23-2013 03:55 PM
OverkillYJ It took a day to prep once everything was removed. Then 1/2 a day to paint it. If you give yourself two weekends and are able to get it torn down before bed on friday you could have it done by the 2nd weekend. It takes 5 days to fully cure, so you want to let it sit for a while before putting it back together. It cost about $350 when counting Primer, Sandpaper, and two gallons of liner. The work was the tough part.
05-23-2013 03:39 PM
Wranglin4Life
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It rolls on fine. That is how I did mine. They send special rollers with it to give you the correct finish. I would have them send a couple extra though.
Wow. That orange looks awesome. If you dont mind, What did it cost to do all that? Also, how much time in prep work do you have?
05-23-2013 09:09 AM
OverkillYJ It rolls on fine. That is how I did mine. They send special rollers with it to give you the correct finish. I would have them send a couple extra though.
05-23-2013 07:39 AM
deedubbadoo I'm getting ready to do my tub this weekend, but there are ton of pictures on Monstaliner's site, as well as their facebook page. This stuff is pretty thick, and there is no way my little dinky compressor could push enough air to spray.
05-23-2013 07:30 AM
jeremyx28
monstaliner

So, I've seen some really nice looking jeeps that have the colored monstaliner on the whole exterior. I can't remember the name but recently there was a really nice looking blue jeep that was sprayed with monstaliner. I'm just curious if it is possible to roll the stuff on the outside and have it come out nice. I don't have a garage and if I end up doing this next spring I'm not sure how Im gonna go about it yet....I could always make a makeshift booth out of plastic. But I digress, if you've rolled this stuff on the outside of your jeep, post up a pic.

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