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    Anyone have suggestion on what is the best and easiest way to spray line the inside of an old JEEP (4-cylinder). What product to get and if there is a trick on how to apply it?

    Buddy of mine is bringing beer and we plan on doing it over a weekend. We plan on taking out the seats as well.
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  • #2
    Originally posted by TheBoss View Post
    Anyone have suggestion on what is the best and easiest way to spray line the inside of an old JEEP (4-cylinder). What product to get and if there is a trick on how to apply it?

    Buddy of mine is bringing beer and we plan on doing it over a weekend. We plan on taking out the seats as well.
    Frank, my brother in law did up a 67 bronco last year, and sprayed the interior with "Zolatone"
    It's available at most automotive paint stores, and comes in 20-30 different colors to match the exterior paint scheme..
    it applies as a flat base, and and can be clear coated if a gloss finish is desired..
    It is not a smooth finish product, as it contains fillers for texture...(fiberglass i think)
    I saw the finished product, and its "very" nice stuff......g

    sprays out of a traditional style cup gun...use a cheap one. at about 40-50 PSI. not sure on the tip sizing, but the product will list the sizes on the container..

    based on the internet info, this is a very durable polymer finish material, and has been around for over 50 years.
    available in a 1 part style, or a 2 part catalyst formulation as well... More than likely a poly-urethane finish...
    Last edited by gruss; 04-29-2010, 10:42 AM. Reason: more info
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    • #3
      at any autozone you can get Duplicolor brand spray in liner, but it doesn't hold up too well. Herculiner is available about anywhere (Walmart, Autozone, etc) but has to be brushed or rolled on.

      at a autobody supply place, look for SEM spray on liner. the stuff costs about $120 for a kit with enough to do a regular full sized truck bed.....but it doesn't come with the gun. the gun is an extra $100 or so.

      prep the area good, scuff with 220 grit, and clean it, vaccume it well, then wipe down with a grease, wax and silicone remover. let it dry. then mask off everything you don't want to get the liner on....and I mean EVERYTHING!

      the SEM coating will look new for years and years. I think they even have a clear liner that can be tinted to match your paintjob.




      too funny!!!!!! while typing this, I had to stop to answer my phone, it was my cousin, she just bought an older jeep this weekend and was calling to see if I would be interested in painting it and spraying a bedliner in the interior.....:):) talk about coincidence
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      • #4
        Thanks Gruss. I have something similar to this. Will it work?

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        • #5
          Way to coincidental....Thanks Ironhead. Also will consider that option.
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          • #6
            Originally posted by TheBoss View Post
            Thanks Gruss. I have something similar to this. Will it work?

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            yep !
            the main concerns are the tip size (orifice) and the application pressure....both of which the product will call out on the container...and if by chance it doesnt, the folks at the store will be able to help as well.....
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            • #7
              You're gonna need a tip about twice the size you would for primer. Could be one of those airless wagner jobs might have a tip big enough. I looked into the same thing, and the tips on those guns are humongelous.

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                Cool...I'll take pitcures of the mess and post up!
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                • #9
                  Originally posted by blacksheep View Post
                  You're gonna need a tip about twice the size you would for primer. Could be one of those airless wagner jobs might have a tip big enough. I looked into the same thing, and the tips on those guns are humongelous.
                  agreed,
                  I took one of those cheap harbor freight guns and drilled the tip with a drill bit to spray some black chopped urethane about a year back....the hole looked like a gun barrel when i got done, but it sprayed like butta !!...
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