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 Post subject: interior liner
PostPosted: Wed Aug 05, 2009 9:46 am 
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getting ready to coat the inside of the wrangler with a protective liner.. what grit sand paper is best to prepare.?

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IIRC I used 80 or 100 grit to scuff up the paint on my KJ and thats what Ill use again when I do the tub of the CJ

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 Post subject: Re: interior liner
PostPosted: Wed Aug 05, 2009 10:14 pm 
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hiram wrote:
getting ready to coat the inside of the wrangler with a protective liner.. what grit sand paper is best to prepare.?


I'm about to do mine over. Who ever did mine before didn't sand and it all coming up . What liner are you going to use? Take some pics!!

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When I herculined my CJ I just acetoned the inside and then applied the herculine. Worked great.

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jeepmedic wrote:
When I herculined my CJ I just acetoned the inside and then applied the herculine. Worked great.


How much did it take to finish job? I'm going to do mine this week and try tohave everything done by this weekend.

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for the CJ5 it took about 3/4 gallon. I just followed the instructions. Very easy to do, just make sure you have proper ventilation or you will get high :shock:

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jeepmedic wrote:
for the CJ5 it took about 3/4 gallon. I just followed the instructions. Very easy to do, just make sure you have proper ventilation or you will get high :shock:


What's wrong with that!! :wink: :wink:
I'll be outside so I will have plenty ventilation. How long does it take to dry, and did you buy whole kit or just liner and use a brush?

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I used the kit. I would say it took prob about 3-4 hours in the 80 degree temps for the first coat to dry. It goes on quick. Took maybe 45 min to actually apply first coat. Make sure you do a good job taping things off first though.

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Thanks for the help jeepmedic! I'll let yall know how it goes. Hiram did you ever get yours done?

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 Post subject: not yet
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not yet the fishing has been really good over here,,

so, i read it correctly he did not sand it down just acetone? i was going to start this friday hopefully i wont have to work overtime.

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 Post subject: Re: not yet
PostPosted: Tue Aug 11, 2009 7:12 am 
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hiram wrote:
not yet the fishing has been really good over here,,

so, i read it correctly he did not sand it down just acetone? i was going to start this friday hopefully i wont have to work overtime.



Looks like I'll start fri also. I have alot to do, got to get messed up coating out of the way first. Where are you in Fla.

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 Post subject: location
PostPosted: Tue Aug 11, 2009 8:00 am 
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Before and after pics. It looks like we sanded it down, we did, but only in certain spots due to previous rubber coating in some areas.

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 Post subject: Re: location
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hiram wrote:
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Any good riding over that way. I have family not to far away, some south and some east.

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looks much better! If its Herculiner the cure time is something like 24hrs before normal use

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i started on mine today too. pulled the stereo system & carpet out today & removed the back seat. it was glued down in a couple of spots. do i need to get the glue off or does acetone take care of all that too? p.s. let me know when & where you guys go wheeling, we're in st pete (no wheeling here) maybe me & the mrs. can join you sometime.

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 Post subject: ride
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i want to go to a place called hard rock in ocala, it is an offroad park for jeeps. we should plan a ride..

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I'm done!

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As for riding we are way up NorthWest and ride Eglin AFB mostly.

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looks great! i see u sanded it. no acetone?? i'm going to buy the kit soon & do it in a couple of weeks. how long did it take? we're down with a sunday ride in ocala, it's alot closer than the panhandle for us.

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It took about 5 hours on Sat. We sanded a good bit then primered due to sanding to metal in spots. Let dry for 24 and got all back together in about 2h. We have been doing a Lost panhandle ride once a year on Eglin afb. We can cover 40 or 50 miles of trails in a day, and the next day as much without touching the same trails. Check out downright lost under panhandle ride and check out pics.

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