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post #1 of (permalink) Old 10-13-2002, 10:14 AM Thread Starter
 
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Spray-on bed liner

What is the best/most economical do it yourself bedliner. I have pulled the carpet and would love Rhino Lining or Line-X but they love itore than I can afford ($400 to $600).
I have looked at Dura Kote and im under the impression that I can spray it on with a paintgun.
All input would be appreciated.
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post #2 of (permalink) Old 10-13-2002, 11:03 AM
 
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Re: Spray-on bed liner

A good spray on liner to use is an undercoating that gets hard. It is in a rattle can, but gets hard as a rock, and stays flexible too. I use it at work all the time with no problems. Ill let you know the brand name Monday. It leaves kind of a textured finish. I used the Dura Kote roll on liner and was not impressed, plus it was hard to prep. I live in Michigan and there is a company here called Zbart. They may be in other places too. Zbart will spray a bed liner (just like Rhino) in the entirety of the cab, and under the body like an undercoating for $250 and guarantee it for 5 years. Hope this helps.
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Re: Spray-on bed liner

What ever you do, don't use dupi color, it's waayy too weak, it's very brittle and hard so it'll chip and rub off easily. I've heard Herculiner is good stuff.
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Re: Spray-on bed liner

I agree with Nowhere. I sprayed mine with duplicolor and it scratches through very easily. Choose something else.
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checker has a roll on liner that works great...its 75 bucks pluse you get a 20 rebeit
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Re: Spray-on bed liner

Hurculiner is pretty good. Will not scratch are wear off very easily. end result is kinda abrasive but that is fine with me. Just make sure you take your time and prep and mask it well.
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Here is a great product sold by Roadless Gear for 99.00. Here is the article on the install. This is a really tough product and works great.
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Re: Spray-on bed liner

I just installed a product called GatorGuard with an undercoating gun and it looks great!
As for wear it's to be seen....but others say it's awesome. the gun give it a great anti-slip feel as well....
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Re: Spray-on bed liner

I have had personal experiance with this Duplicolor.
I prepared the bed of the truck as per instructions and applied product as per instructions-- In My opinion, this stuff is Garbage, It scratches easily, It Dries really hard and therefore chips easily. This product looks very good and applies easily. But is a big waste of money. IMHO
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Re: Spray-on bed liner

I heard not so good things about the duplicolor too. I used Herculiner roll on and it has proven to be very bulletproof and look just like the spray in. Applying it it quick and easy, it is all the prep work that takes forever.
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