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River city Offroad thx Marcus

Just ordered PSC sweetness can't wait I'll it gets here thx Marcus you are the man. Anybody have pointer in painting/bed lining all this steel and any problems with install thx again PSC and JKO hope to see everyone in Moab this April.
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Nice! What is the lead time? I have some 2 door corners from them coming. Also got them from Marcus

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Man, what an order! Sounds like some stuff I'd love to have! All I can say for bare steel, is self etching primer. Once you lay that down, I have bee known to use the some of the little "bondo" brand glazing putty to help smooth out minor imperfections before paint.

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awesome! Congrats! And you are right...Marcus is the man!

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Man, I like that rear bumper. I wonder if it'd hold up my 41" Rocker with no issues... hmmm...


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Marcus is telling me that I should have it first week in April which sucks because I wanted it all installed by Easter Jeep safari but I don't think that is going to happen.As to tire size there website says that it will hold up to a 42" tire.
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Mix a little bondo to fill any minor pockets (not that I did that because I was lazy).
Self etching primer as Goody said.
Rustoleum has a nice textured finish which holds up pretty well.

Most important. Take your time!

Oh, and buy some nice folding metal saw horses. Those will make life easier. For 40-50 bucks, well worth it and they come in handy for other stuff.

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Mix a little bondo to fill any minor pockets (not that I did that because I was lazy).
Self etching primer as Goody said.
Rustoleum has a nice textured finish which holds up pretty well.

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Oh, and buy some nice folding metal saw horses. Those will make life easier. For 40-50 bucks, well worth it and they come in handy for other stuff.
Sawhorses are to place the bumper on to paint I assume?

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HOw long are you suppose to wait after applying the self etching primer to add the rustoleum? Im pretty sure I didnt wait long enough....Maybe thats why my PSC BFH seems to chip a little easy, but otherwise it came out pretty well....at least ill know for next time.

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Anybody have pics of there PSC bumpers painted or bedlined I was thinking of doing the fenders with linex and the bumpers with duplicolor rattle can bedliner.
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Now you just need some PSC corners

Cool deal man...post some install pics.

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I followed the directions on both cans to a tee, the temps here were perfect for set up, and I still get chips if I am not careful around edges. The Rustoleum spray liner is more like paint than some of the other alternatives like Duplicolor which is a lot more rubbery but has to be rolled on with a special roller.

The saw horses are great to set the bumper on so you can work the coating on in stages without having to move it and it's less likely that the piece will stick unlike cardboard. Nothing worse than having something that was a little tacky grow a tan beard because of cardboard. Galvanized sawhorses work well.

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I was just looking over at pirate and saw something called monstaliner looks like a pretty good product anybody over here have any experience with this stuff.
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Anybody have pics of there PSC bumpers painted or bedlined I was thinking of doing the fenders with linex and the bumpers with duplicolor rattle can bedliner.
I would suggest UPOL Raptor bedliner. You can either get it in black or tintable. With the tintable you just pour in some color paint and mix. I have the black on my tub and color match my snorkel. One $109 kit is enough to do a tub. So maybe two at the most for all your stuff. All you need is an air compressor with a regulator you can turn down to 20-30psi. The UPOL dries as a hard textured finish. It dries to touch in a few hours and fully cures in 48 hours.

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Also the duplicolor bedliner is a color match to the black when it dries.

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I would suggest UPOL Raptor bedliner. You can either get it in black or tintable. With the tintable you just pour in some color paint and mix. I have the black on my tub and color match my snorkel. One $109 kit is enough to do a tub. So maybe two at the most for all your stuff. All you need is an air compressor with a regulator you can turn down to 20-30psi. The UPOL dries as a hard textured finish. It dries to touch in a few hours and fully cures in 48 hours.

http://www.tptools.com/p/2600,233_U-...Liner-Kit.html

Also the duplicolor bedliner is a color match to the black when it dries.
THX i will give it a try i have a craftsman 80 galllon compressor so i think this might be the route to go since it comes with a spray applicator thx again
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I'm still going to say go with Rustoleum spray on liner.

I took mine out this weekend and drug my Brawler Rockers over rocks, made a stump shiny by rubbing them back and forth on it, and tore through an ATV trail that turned the edges of my flares brown from tree bark.

I'll touch them up once I get the mud off, but I don't have any raw material showing anywhere.

I sprayed the self etching primer and let it set overnight then went back with a few coats of the bed liner on mine.


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Thx Marcus I have six cans of the rustoleum bedliner at home so maybe IF the parts ever get here haha I will give it a try. Any word from PSC maybe they will get the stuff here before EJS I know just wishful thinking.
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Thx Marcus I have six cans of the rustoleum bedliner at home so maybe IF the parts ever get here haha I will give it a try. Any word from PSC maybe they will get the stuff here before EJS I know just wishful thinking.
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Didnt you say that they were to busy building race cars to get my order out hahahahaha just joking. Marcus you are still the MAN thx for all your help. I just checked the tracking numbers you sent and the Tatton drivre shaft and rear seat covers should be here today thx again.
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Didnt you say that they were to busy building race cars to get my order out hahahahaha just joking. Marcus you are still the MAN thx for all your help. I just checked the tracking numbers you sent and the Tatton drivre shaft and rear seat covers should be here today thx again.
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Not sure if it makes a difference but I would clean the part good with alcohol first then hit it with the etching primer.
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Just got my rear tatton drive shaft very nice
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Not sure if it makes a difference but I would clean the part good with alcohol first then hit it with the etching primer.
Forgot that step, I also wiped down the entire bumper with acetone first to remove finger and mfg. oils...

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