All of that interior camo is PAINT???? That is an incredible job, I thought it was some store bought vinyl. Subscribing to this thread...
there are several members here (me being one) that have used peel & seel on their bronco and not had one problem. i had mine on for almost 2 years and no melting, fumes, odor, or loss of stickiness.I've read in numerous places elsewhere on the net that some of that material at lowes can slowly emit harmfull fumes in a hot interior. I don't know if was this exact stuff or not, but it made me think twice about trying to save money in that area.
it's also been known to let go on vertical surfaces and behind headliners.
not trying to scare anyone here, but you might want to double check the material properties, and do some research.
Thanks Doba! And I'll say it again just so everybody knows...I had the exhaust done at a shop, after I cut the holes and showed them EXACTLY what to do lol. I got the idea for the exhaust from 90beater.What a transformation! Very cool. The exhaust turned out really well too.
Thanks Dril, here is what I have so far.Im real interested to see how the door panels turn out. They panels in my 94 are about my least favorite part of it.
It's hard to tell a difference. I only know that the aerochambers helped the most. If I had gotten the exhaust first then I may not have done the insulating...if I wasn't re-doing the whole carpet that is. I had a straight pipe in place of the muffler, no panels or carpet in the back, and the seatbelt bolts were out..body bolt hole plugs weren't in. Very loud. Then I did one layer of the window flashing, still loud. I would say it takes more than one layer. I knew I should have gotten 4 rolls not 2.:duh I didn't use peel n seal. I used a cheaper version in order to get more material for the money. IIRC Stan the man used 6-7 rolls of peel n seal to do the whole rear, I used 2 rolls of an offbrand. The rolls I used were right next to the peel n seal, I saw that they had more material and for a dollar less than the peel n seal, so It was a no brainer!looking good, color scheme is gonna turn out nice
very nice job on the exhaust too!
also, how is the sound deadening working out for you. I'm actually about to go to lowes and pick up some for my other car to do today
I did notice a smell for the first 3 days/week. It was not bad. Only smelled when you first get it, just like any car or house. After that, it started smelling like the same old bronco again..Which was okay. I didn't mind the new smell for a bit though!there are several members here (me being one) that have used peel & seel on their bronco and not had one problem. i had mine on for almost 2 years and no melting, fumes, odor, or loss of stickiness.
I like the material so well im doing it to my next car...today actually
LOL thanks, and steal away man! Just let everybody know that you saw it on FSB! I have already stolen 90beaters exhaust idea! My friends like it, I just let them know where I saw it first:toothlessThis is turning out very nice! Great work on the paint. I think I'm gonna give the sound deadening idea a try before I put the new interior in my rig.
Keep up the great work!!! I will definately be keeping an eye on you progress and looking for ideas to steal!!
Thanks CJ, The flaps are there to make cool clanking noises. Tractors and trucks with exhaust stacks have them to keep rain out of the pipes. They are called rain caps, flappers is a slang term as far as I know. I obviously didn't need them, but I like the noises:toothlessi really like your truck, i dont understand the flaps over the exhaust pipes though?
Thanks man, I was expecting some "not my style" comments, I appreciate it:rockonYour build isn't usually my style, but this is turning out fairly innovative :thumbup