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post #91 of 99 Old 06-09-2014, 06:51 PM
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Has anyone had any failure using 3m super 77? I used about two cans on mine and it looked really good! Next day it sagged, now about 4 days later its about as bad as it was before. Maybe i didnt put enough glue on? I'm torn between three options A.) poke little holes and spray in the sagging areas b/c the cloth is nice B.) tear it all down again and use three cans C.) Bedliner
Did you let the glue sit and get tacky on both the board and fabric before smoothing the cloth on?

I broke up the fabric into three sections when I did the headliner.


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post #92 of 99 Old 06-09-2014, 07:33 PM
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Did you let the glue sit and get tacky on both the board and fabric before smoothing the cloth on?

I broke up the fabric into three sections when I did the headliner.
Yes, but i broke it into halves. Next time, if there is one, ill make sure to go heavy, but not soak it
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Well I'm at the point where I don't want sag... And I highly doubt the Bedliner will sag, could a Home Depot color match Bedliner?
I just did the black herculiner roll on and it looks really good. But then again I have black floor mats so it kinda matches
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I just did the black herculiner roll on and it looks really good. But then again I have black floor mats so it kinda matches
Ahh, I have a med grey so I used a light grey and looks pretty stock
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So has anyone ever tried removing the board altogether, and just using bedliner on the metal? I think it would be awesome to be able to do that, but I'm worried about noise. I know the noise is horrible with nothing, mostly due to how much the metal flexes with no support. I know the bedliner will provide some support, but I don't know if it would be enough or not.

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So has anyone ever tried removing the board altogether, and just using bedliner on the metal? I think it would be awesome to be able to do that, but I'm worried about noise. I know the noise is horrible with nothing, mostly due to how much the metal flexes with no support. I know the bedliner will provide some support, but I don't know if it would be enough or not.
Quite a few do it with trail rigs, but on a daily driver the lack of of sounf and thermal insulation would be rough

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So has anyone ever tried removing the board altogether, and just using bedliner on the metal? I think it would be awesome to be able to do that, but I'm worried about noise. I know the noise is horrible with nothing, mostly due to how much the metal flexes with no support. I know the bedliner will provide some support, but I don't know if it would be enough or not.
It looks super weird too, especially on my 01. The lights would just be hovering a inch from the metal and It'd be weird
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Well, I'm a little weird, anyway, so the appearance wouldn't bother me so much. Mainly worried about noise, as this is a DD. I was hoping the bedliner would provide enough "damping" to the metal to keep the noise down. I may just go the bedlined board route, but I'll have to go to the jy to find another board. Mine is in pretty bad shape. The edges where it goes under the trim that holds it up are badly frayed.

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Well, I'm a little weird, anyway, so the appearance wouldn't bother me so much. Mainly worried about noise, as this is a DD. I was hoping the bedliner would provide enough "damping" to the metal to keep the noise down. I may just go the bedlined board route, but I'll have to go to the jy to find another board. Mine is in pretty bad shape. The edges where it goes under the trim that holds it up are badly frayed.
I bedlined my board and I have 0 regrets
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