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post #1 of (permalink) Old 11-21-2002, 09:02 AM
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Herculiner Finished, pics

Here's some pics of the Herculiner!









I am very impressed with this stuff. Very tough and adds a nice look as well.

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that looks darn nice. i have herculiner on my truck bed and it is tough stuff...been there for 3 years and no problems so far.
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That looks real good. What did it cost to do and where do you buy that stuff ? [img]images/graemlins/cool.gif[/img]
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That looks awesome. Was it spray on or roll on?
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Re: Herculiner Finished, pics

go to http://www.herculiner.com/
they have a page as to where you can buy it..

I picked mine up from NAPA auto parts when they had it on sale, for $79 a gallon, and had a $20 mail in rebate
It is usually $99 a gallon kit with two rollers and a paint brush..and scrubber that works like crap...

two gallons on mine, did the entire underneath and inside of my rig, the carpeted area and rocker pannels,
and the Hard top..

I took the tub off of mine and calked each crack and crevis and Herc'd the entire underneath and wheel wells.

just waiting for the pictures to get developed..


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you did a great job on your tub, it looks really sharp...
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Looks like it turned out great. How long did it take you? I did mine about a year ago, and it took me about 20 hours. Most of that was prep time, but man its worth it when it turns out nice. Good job! ~Steve
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So I guess one gallon would take care of just the inside ??? [img]images/graemlins/confused.gif[/img]
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for a samurai One gallon does a lot, as you can see in the pictures bord posted... One should do fine for a tracker/sidekick...
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I am very pleased with the results. I bought the kit from Autozone for $89.99 and it included the brush, 2 rollers, scruffing pad, and 1 gallon of Herculiner. One gallon will do the tub and tailgate with just a tad left over for any touch ups. I would say it took me the better part of 20 hours but that included fixing some rust spots and applying POR15 to them. Make sure you take the extra time for prepping. Its all in the prep work.
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Re: Herculiner Finished, pics

Bord:

The lining looks great,how about a shot of your zook?
Also where in s.w. va are you. I'm 10 miles east of Roanoke in Bedford CO.

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