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post #1 of (permalink) Old 10-23-2001, 10:33 PM Thread Starter
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Im thnking on going over my floors with POR-15 and some kind of DIY bed liner and getting rid of the carpet....any suggestions as to what to use and how much of it to use???

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i did the entire frame,innertub, and inner targa bar with 3/4 gallon of bondo brand roll on liner=60 bux. you can easily do 2 zuks with 1 gallon. worx great. has been through a few different states and alot of terrain. still holding strong.

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i seen that bondo stuff but wasnt shure about it...got any pics of it?? where did you pick it up at??

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not really a good pic. i picked it up at advanced auto parts about 6 months ago. its fairly new but has been used hard and hasn't flaked. i don't have any close ups but where it gets pummled would be down where the gas pedal is, and it looks brand new still.
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Re: Floor coverings...

I'm using dupi color diy bed liner in the zook. It is not tooooooo strong, as I beat up the bed well. Looks real good though. 1 gallon did me well, but I missed some areas so I recoated the entire thing again with some left over.. The preperation is a pain to do. It took me about 4~6 hours to get the zook READY for the paint!!!!!!! That tar crap in the foot wells is anoying..... Do it right the first time!!!! Scuff the heck out of everything that will be painted! The more the merrier.

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I work at Lordco auto parts up here in BC , A sales rep gave me a kit of "Hippo Linner" , the stuff works great , It comes with more than enough to do the whole samurai tub , It comes with a brush and a roller and Part a and Part B substance. It leaves a rock hard very bumpy finnish . We sell the stuff in my store for $45 canadian , I recomend this stuff to everyone.

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Re: Floor coverings...

I did the interior of my Zuk with Herculiner. So far it's holding up great. I did the whole inside tub, interior of targa bar, and the roll bar. I still had about a quart left of the gallon I started with! And you can't re-seal the lid and use it later. Once the gallon is open you need to use it. Get the Herculiner kit because it comes with 1 gallon and 1 quart...then you'll have enough to do 2 Zuks!

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Well I used the Herculiner on my front stairs to my house.I know it's not a sami, but it gets alot more abuse/use then the inside of my sami. It also gets alot more weather to.

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hey... i saw a guy with a jeep that did his entire interior tub with some kind of brush on stuff that was recycled tire rubber. it was awsome. The chunks of rubber were at least 3/8" you could tell it was rubber... it was cool, and i'd love to find out where to get it!

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Re: Floor coverings...

I used the Dupli-Color stuff ont he Scrambler, not impressed with it. 4 years later and it's peeling off, especially where it's been scraped, and it's rusting all around it.

I have used Hammerite with good results, but I'll try a non-skid something this spring.

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