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#7086471 - 02/20/18 04:08 PM DIY bedliner...
Captain Chunk Offline
Light Foot

Registered: 09/09/09
Posts: 34
The olí War Pig is in need of some paint. In the few cases Iíve found a shop that is willing to do the work (most only do collision repair) their quotes are far more than Iíd be willing to spend on this particular vehicle. The idea of a roll on bedliner came up. Looks like Herculiner is the best option. Has anybody done this? What are the doís and doníts? I get there will be a lot of prep work, but looking for an idea of what Iím possibly getting myself in to.

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#7086748 - 02/20/18 07:37 PM Re: DIY bedliner... [Re: Captain Chunk]
TEXASLEFTY Offline
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Registered: 10/26/07
Posts: 10363
Loc: The Island Cres
Tag. Hopefully some body has some ideas on this...
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Originally Posted By: Chunky Monkey
Never been to a camping world. I prefer Dick's to be honest.

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#7086757 - 02/20/18 07:40 PM Re: DIY bedliner... [Re: Captain Chunk]
Dalee7892 Offline
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Registered: 05/04/15
Posts: 2261
Loc: Denton County
I bought some DIY stuff and did a small yard trailer. There was a lot of prep work. Sand paint real good, leave nothing shinning, clean real good, twice or three times with non oil base residue cleaner like alcohol. Brush on product at all corners and anywhere a roller can't get to. Then roll on main area first one way then cross hatch the other way. So far this has held up real good. I haul wood, leaves, dirt etc. Have had very minor peeling.

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#7087044 - 02/21/18 05:55 AM Re: DIY bedliner... [Re: Captain Chunk]
Growley Offline
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Registered: 10/26/10
Posts: 324
Loc: Aledo, TX
I had an old Jeep Cherokee that I was planning on doing. I did a bunch of reading before settling on a brand called Monstaliner. I forget why people preferred it over Herculiner or any others. It gets good reviews though. And they have a lot of colors to choose from.

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