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post #1 of (permalink) Old 03-06-2006, 03:30 AM
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Spray in bed liner, need some advice..

I have been searching high and low for information on spray in bed liner, and I made my choice, Durabak. The thing is they say you need a nozzle that is 1/4" and for the life of me I can't find a place that sells a hopper style paint gun that has a 1/4" nozzle. They are mostly 1.7mm and a few 2mm. Has anyone had experience with spraying on Durabak and can help me, or be able to point me to a paint gun that will handle the bedliner?
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post #2 of (permalink) Old 03-06-2006, 10:29 PM
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Re: Spray in bed liner, need some advice..

I used a linex kit purchased on ebay. You use a standard undercoating gun at 50-60psi. works great very simple
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Re: Spray in bed liner, need some advice..

harbor freight sells a gun for undercoating that is the same as bed liner.
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post #4 of (permalink) Old 04-08-2006, 10:37 AM
 
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Re: Spray in bed liner, need some advice..

Im sure it says so on the can, but dont forget surface prep.
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Re: Spray in bed liner, need some advice..

I have recently found out that I can get the inside of my Blazer rhino lined for about $350. Is that too expensive?
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Re: Spray in bed liner, need some advice..

Cheaper than a bed of a truck. Although I wouldnt use Rhino for the inside. Try something that dries harder and isnt porous, something like Line-X maybe. Keep up is much easier.
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post #7 of (permalink) Old 06-26-2006, 12:07 AM
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Re: Spray in bed liner, need some advice..

I have always wanted to use that Rhino liner stuff on my whole truck I have a 94 Ford ranger. I was wondering what you guys thought of that and if it would hold up or if the flexing of the body and stuff like that would cause it to peal off thet body of the truck. I know they say its surposed to be pretty much indesrtuctable but I was just looking for some information thanks.
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Re: Spray in bed liner, need some advice..

I had the beds and bed rails of my 00' and 01' Mazda B3000's Rhino lined, and couldn't have been happier with them. The stuff really does seem to be indestructable. I had loads of firewood, brick, blocks of steel, etc in it without any dents, nicks or peeling.
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Re: Spray in bed liner, need some advice..

I have had both in some of my trucks. The Rhino seems to fade and chip where the Line X just fades a litte. Line X was cheaper and seems to be more durable.
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Re: Spray in bed liner, need some advice..

I recently spray bombed my 89 cherokee with undercoating. I did the whole body with it and it came out pretty good. It has that rough texture and dull finish to it. And the realy nice thing is that it goes on perfectly....you don't get any of that streaking from regular spray paint.....and it couldn't be easier to touch up if it gets scratch.
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