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    On the surface raptor liner rocks. Yes it is kind of spendy. Yes an air compressor is needed. However, the finish is awesome. I did the whole jeep in 9 bottles. Very easy to use. I used high pressure first coat then dropped pressure and got a perfectly chunky flat black finish. Question will be how it holds up over time. They advertise UV resistant and a little more flexibility to avoid cracking. We shall see. However I am totally satisfied with it right now. Since it is sprayed you can see all the lines of the body awesome!

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    What pressure did you spray it with?? What size compressor did you run and did you pick up the gun through Raptorliner??
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    Quote Originally Posted by OGCollard View Post
    On the surface raptor liner rocks. Yes it is kind of spendy. Yes an air compressor is needed. However, the finish is awesome. I did the whole jeep in 9 bottles. Very easy to use. I used high pressure first coat then dropped pressure and got a perfectly chunky flat black finish. Question will be how it holds up over time. They advertise UV resistant and a little more flexibility to avoid cracking. We shall see. However I am totally satisfied with it right now. Since it is sprayed you can see all the lines of the body awesome!
    Pictures?

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    If you don't mind sharing, how much did the whole project cost? Considering doing something like this myself but not trying to spend 500 to do it.

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    I spent approx 350 to do the whole thing. There are pics in my garage of fonished product. After 7 months it is still,holding up strong!

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