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post #1 of (permalink) Old 09-14-2000, 11:19 AM
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Bed liner on your floor pan?

I saw a picture here of someone (sorry name escapes me)who put a bed liner (like hurculiner) on the bed of their jeep. It looked pretty good. I'm thinking about doing the same thing. What I am thinking is that it would look alot cleaner if those grooves where your feet are were filled - so the floor was smooth.

Can anyone think of a way to fill those grooves that would last? For anyone who used a product like this, could you fill the groove with the product? Does it shrink? I was thinking of caulk or maybe JBweld or even welding it.


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Re: Bed liner on your floor pan?

I have used both kinds of liners. The durabak i used on the belly of my jeep and the lavaliner for the inside. I like the lavaliner better because it weas smooth. You can fill out the grooves, by adding more to the area. I can't tell you how much it shrinks, but i can tell you it can fill it.
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