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Old 02-17-2014, 01:05 PM
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monstaliner?

I've recently bought a tan hardtop for cheap and would like it to be black. That being said I was looking into bed lining it. I was curious if anyone has used monstaliner in the past? And how it holds up. Also how much would I need to cover it? Or if someone has good experience with another brand that'll be much appreciated as well.

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I used monstaliner in my tub and love it. Held up great so far. That being said taping it off and uaing a spray can bed liner might be easier since monstaliner is a roll on kit. Its all up to what you want to do. Spray or roll. Or heck call your local line x shop. May be a bit more expensive but lifetime garuntee and you know it would look awesome and wouldnt ever have to worry about chipping or fading.

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I may have to look into a line x shop since I don't have a garage lol. If you don't mind how much did you use on your tub? I know I shouldn't need as much but was hoping to hit the fenders and bumpers while I was at it. I see they have 1 gal. Kits and quart kits. Also is it something that can be stored if I don't use it all?
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I may have to look into a line x shop since I don't have a garage lol. If you don't mind how much did you use on your tub? I know I shouldn't need as much but was hoping to hit the fenders and bumpers while I was at it. I see they have 1 gal. Kits and quart kits. Also is it something that can be stored if I don't use it all?
I used 1 gallon kit. And no once you mix it up it needs to go on quick. Once mixed it starts to harden. No storing.
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Oh OK thanks that's what I figured do you think a one gallon kit would be enough to cover the outside of a hardtop fender flairs and the bumbers?
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Oh OK thanks that's what I figured do you think a one gallon kit would be enough to cover the outside of a hardtop fender flairs and the bumbers?
Just guessing but id think so. Worst case, get it all ready and start rolling. If it ends up not being enough then order the quart kit and save thebumpers or flares til it comes in. I did 2 coats. Instructions say at least 2

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