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 Post subject: to line or not to line?
 Post Posted: Mon Apr 19, 2010 10:54 am 
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alright im thinkin about pulling the carpet out of just the back of the tj and bedlining it was wondering what everyone else thought lets get some input on this! thanks!

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 Post subject: Re: to line or not to line?
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A lot of guys do the whole tub. I will do mine sometime in the future. I pulled the carpet after the first time it got wet and muddy. I just use floor mats now.

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Do it, but do it all.
If you go the Rhino/LineX route, you can save alot of money by stripping and masking the interior yourself.

If you go the DIY route, just be sure not to get any Herc on your Hootus.

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Defintely do it all, front to back. It will take you all most as long to do half of it, and then you'll be wishin' you did the rest.

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 Post subject: Re: to line or not to line?
 Post Posted: Mon Apr 19, 2010 6:31 pm 
Talk to Tell ozzy, (Bill), I got him a price on a gallon of spray on bedliner, (Not quite rino, or line-x), but better than what you'll get at vato-zone, and I have the gun for applying it. He wants to do his fenders and rockrails and such, and doesn't need a whole gallon, so he was talking about finding someone to throw down on it with him.


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Talk to Tell ozzy, (Bill), I got him a price on a gallon of spray on bedliner, (Not quite rino, or line-x), but better than what you'll get at vato-zone, and I have the gun for applying it. He wants to do his fenders and rockrails and such, and doesn't need a whole gallon, so he was talking about finding someone to throw down on it with him.



thought that was a 5 gallon bucket. 1 gallon would be just about right for all that

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philbert001 wrote:
Talk to Tell ozzy, (Bill), I got him a price on a gallon of spray on bedliner, (Not quite rino, or line-x), but better than what you'll get at vato-zone, and I have the gun for applying it. He wants to do his fenders and rockrails and such, and doesn't need a whole gallon, so he was talking about finding someone to throw down on it with him.



thought that was a 5 gallon bucket. 1 gallon would be just about right for all that

It's by the gallon. This is stuff I've gotten from sherwin. it goes pretty far. I think it would be enough to do a couple tubs. I guess on tube parts, there's a little more wasted, but who knows.


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 Post subject: Re: to line or not to line?
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last time i got herc i got a gallon of it for under $100 and it had a $20 rebate...i think i was in it for around $70 by the time it was all said and done, which is my opinion is very reasonable...and it is a nice covering, i just did the interior of the baby jeep with it last fall.

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My CJ was sprayed before I got it and I LOVE IT!!! I will never have another Jeep without either dooing it or having it done for me. Makes for a fast clean-up also.

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 Post subject: Re: to line or not to line?
 Post Posted: Tue Apr 20, 2010 12:22 pm 
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alright I'll have to look into that

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*DD*02 ford fuckus(Traded)
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*ZOMBIE HUNTER*1997 ZJ*5.2*24 lb injectors*msd ignition*taurus cooling fan upgrade*
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