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Old 08-25-2011, 02:19 PM
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Common sense?????? I might end up like the Terminator....
That might be pretty handy stuff to have around though.
I'm already thinking about instant ice cubes ,I hate running out of ice with my rum & coke.

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One word of caution if using it - the @#$% overspray. If it gets on your nice new paint job it's almost impossible to remove!!!

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Another word of caution: It contains isocyanates, so its just like spraying polyurethane paint. Its best to use a supplied air respirator and protective clothing or spray it outside with a new charcoal respirator.
http://www.cdc.gov/niosh/nas/rdrp/ap...ter4/a4-13.pdf
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After years of fighting circle scratches on the running boards of my 36 PU, I had them coated with Line-x about 10 years ago. One of my more brilliant ideals. The look like new and don't have a mark on them. Of course they are black which is their most fade resistant color. Wish I had sprayed the undersides of my glass fenders because you can get spider cracks in the faint from the rocks etc that is thrown up by the tires. When I do my latest project, I will spray the underside with bed liner and depending how good of results I get there, I will do the bed as well. If I don't like my work, then Line-x will get the job.

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Old 08-28-2011, 07:49 AM
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Its not Line-x, but I'm using Hurculiner for undercoating on my V8 Beetle project. I have a couple friends that are into jeeps and used it on them, and its held up great..... There was a local Menards moving and I picked the hurculiner 1 gal kits up for $20 each

I did a couple test spots on pieces of the frame I cut off and the stuff is pretty hard to scrape off.

Here is a picture of the front end of my modified S-10 chassis after I hurculined it and re assembled everything...




You can see more pictures on my website at
http://www.v8beetleresource.com/chassis10.html

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http://www.v8beetleresource.com/chassis11.html

I'll be doing the rest of the chassis and underside of the body when I get that far......
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After years of fighting circle scratches on the running boards of my 36 PU, I had them coated with Line-x about 10 years ago. One of my more brilliant ideals. The look like new and don't have a mark on them. Of course they are black which is their most fade resistant color. Wish I had sprayed the undersides of my glass fenders because you can get spider cracks in the faint from the rocks etc that is thrown up by the tires. When I do my latest project, I will spray the underside with bed liner and depending how good of results I get there, I will do the bed as well. If I don't like my work, then Line-x will get the job.

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That was exactly my thought. I wanted to avoid stars in my paint from rocks thrown from the tires. It won't be a show truck but I want to protect the paint. P.S. Love your part of the country
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