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Old 03-19-2016, 03:51 PM   #501 (permalink)
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Just put the first coat on my wife's colorado. Looks better than it did with the scrape from a fence down the side. Love this stuff been spraying beds at work for about three years to test, and it handles everything our guys throw at it.

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Old 03-20-2016, 07:13 AM   #502 (permalink)
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I told a buddy about your product after seeing (planning on using) here on pirate. He rolled his entire Xj yesterday and almost hugged me when he saw me at work (he's young). Needles to say he was very excited about the results.
I am almost done bobbing the bed on my 84 Toyota extended cab and was wondering how much product I will need to do both inside and out? Another question the entire bed floor and inner walls was (actual) rhino lined several years ago and can I apply over it?
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Old 03-22-2016, 05:38 PM   #503 (permalink)
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Pirate discount!

Looking to purchase a tintable one gallon kit.
checkout on the website is at 182.40

1-Gallon *TINTABLE* Roll-On Kit $145.40

1 Gallon Tint - 8 ounce Light Quartz Gray $18.50

1 Monstaliner Decal - 6" x 2" Oval (Set of 2) $1.50
Subtotal $165.40
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Old 04-28-2016, 11:00 AM   #504 (permalink)
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how much would it take to paint a 85 4runner frame and axles with Chassis Saver Jet Black Gloss? quart? gallon?
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Old 04-28-2016, 11:23 AM   #505 (permalink)
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how much would it take to paint a 85 4runner frame and axles with Chassis Saver Jet Black Gloss? quart? gallon?
1 - 2 quarts for 2 coats minimum
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Old 04-30-2016, 06:52 PM   #506 (permalink)
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Sorry if I missed it, but have a few projects on the rack right now that could use the 2k primer.

So how is it thinned for shooting?

I normally use Naptha, what is the preferred way to thin?

And can it be shot with a traditional HVLP paint gun?

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Old 05-10-2016, 07:27 AM   #507 (permalink)
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How does this product work for rolling onto bumpers and such? More along the lines of fitting into tight areas where I assume you would have to brush the product on... Does this pose a problem for the durability/longevity of the product?
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Old 05-10-2016, 10:24 AM   #508 (permalink)
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How does this product work for rolling onto bumpers and such? More along the lines of fitting into tight areas where I assume you would have to brush the product on... Does this pose a problem for the durability/longevity of the product?
Never mind. I read through the whole thread and found my answer. I will be placing my order very soon. Thank you!!
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Old 05-12-2016, 11:33 AM   #509 (permalink)
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Sorry if I missed it, but have a few projects on the rack right now that could use the 2k primer.

So how is it thinned for shooting?

I normally use Naptha, what is the preferred way to thin?

And can it be shot with a traditional HVLP paint gun?

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2K primer can be sprayed with HVLP gun.

No naptha
Thin only with: MEK, acetone or xylol (xylene)
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Old 09-29-2016, 07:46 AM   #510 (permalink)
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Just kind of a check-in. Did my TJ a little over a year and 4 months ago and happy to say it still looks brand new, this pic is only a month old. Hasn't faded a single bit (which was one of my only concerns before I did it) and it's held up great on a couple wheeling trips. I'm sure it would scratch and gouge like anything else would, but I haven't messed it up yet. Plus the wheeling I can do (at Doe Valley) is fairly open aside from trees, so that helps. I wouldn't hesitate to use it on something else, within reason. A Jeep? Who cares. A nice old car? Not so sure about that...

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Old 12-20-2016, 04:21 PM   #511 (permalink)
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Old 12-26-2016, 07:33 PM   #512 (permalink)
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Great product!

Figured I would give my review of this awesome product.

Where to start:
Everything you receive is high quality, the masking tape, the mixing tool, and sponge rollers. You cannot put together a better kit for the price.

I got off lucky only doing the pan of a sidekick. The cat piss soaked metal was stripped with only a wire wheel, scotch brite, and angle grinder to buff the edges. I mention this only to solidify the quality of this product and how it sticks to almost anything that's oil free. As a test I prepped the inside of the tailgate with just scotch brite and acetone to strip the oil off and it stuck great.
its still on there, and is very thick!

Be smart Follow the directions *not my strongest attribute* and prep prep prep, I used the roller for almost three coats and it started falling apart so stay on track while working. The only thing I regret is I had to throw away about 3" of product as I ran out of time and prepped Materials. If you plan on coating multiple items get one extra roller to keep things clean.

Customer service is top notch. Had a question answered by email in between coats with a question I had.
A monsta Thanks to the team at Monstaliner.
Thanks guys for not Bull Sh#TTING us.
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Old 12-31-2016, 04:20 PM   #513 (permalink)
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How long is the product good for unmixed. Bought some little over a year ago and got packed away in the office. Is it still good or trash it ?
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How much would I need for a skid steer cage inside and out? Any pirate coupons?
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Is Magnetman still on here? Looking to order and wanted to see if there is any new news!
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Is Magnetman still on here? Looking to order and wanted to see if there is any new news!
I'm still here.
New website coming soon and we have some new colors:

Get Hammered (jeep anvil)
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Any problems using this over lizard skin?
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Old 09-17-2018, 09:56 AM   #518 (permalink)
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Any problems using this over lizard skin?
No, just need to let the LizSkin cure well, 72 hrs minimum to make sure all moisture is out
Light scuff the cured surface and vacuum, do not solvent clean

Some people have primed the cured surface with 2K epoxy primer before liner which is not a bad idea
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Old 10-11-2018, 04:32 PM   #519 (permalink)
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