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Bedliner for Mule #7762591 03/04/20 01:33 PM
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The bed of the ol mule has a few rusty spots, I was wondering does anyone know much about the spray in bedliner you can buy? I'm trying to decide on either killing the rust and repainting OEM red, or killing the rust and putting in a bed liner.
The rust isn't terrible but I'd like to stop it before it is.
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The roll on stiff works pretty well. I would rough up the bed first and spray the rusty spots with Rustoleum first.

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Treat your rust with phosphoric acid.


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Originally Posted by Cast
Treat your rust with phosphoric acid.


https://ospho.com/

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Originally Posted by Cast
Treat your rust with phosphoric acid.

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Treat your rust with phosphoric acid.


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I don’t have the spray in bed liner in the Kubota, but I do have it in the Tundra. That stuff really is tough. Worth the expense.


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You will have to clean that rust off first and treat the area or it will continue to rust under the bedliner.




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Originally Posted by Gamblinman
You will have to clean that rust off first and treat the area or it will continue to rust under the bedliner.

Yep, that's what I plan on doing.

I'm thinking I might ought to strip the paint, I want to be sure I get it all, then bed liner. confused2


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I have a horse stall rubber mat in mine from tractor supply. Just cut to fit and you're set.


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Originally Posted by ntxtrapper
I have a horse stall rubber mat in mine from tractor supply. Just cut to fit and you're set.


Those work well also....just remember to let the moisture between the bed and mat dry out.




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Good prep and roll on Herculiner.


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Originally Posted by Gamblinman
You will have to clean that rust off first and treat the area or it will continue to rust under the bedliner.

+1, I would clean rust off with sandpaper and or wire brush. Spray a couple of coats of primer. Then spray bed liner.


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