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post #1 of 2 Old 11-20-2013, 10:42 PM Thread Starter
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93' never bed lined

It still has the original carpet in it and I forgot to check for rust! I pulled it up and to my relief it looks like it's survived the years mostly intact. It is the color of rust, however it's not to the point where the metals structural integrity is compromised. Is it to late to rhino line ( or whatever it's called )? And if I do line it do you have to do the whole body or could I just do areas where rust is most common ( like floor board) what do you recommend as far as liner goes? I'm am a bit limited on funding so cheap tactics that get the job done are what I like!

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post #2 of 2 Old 11-21-2013, 09:40 AM
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It will need to be sanded to remove the rust. The original paint if in good condition will only need to be sanded to allow the bedliner to stick and hold to it. Any bare metal should be primed at the very least and receive a coat of paint to help protect it. As you have seen there are many brands out there. You really only have one chance at doing it right so a quality product is mandatory if you plan on keeping it for more then a little while. Ive used DuraBak with excellent results before. Most products will fade after a few years. (black) Monsterliner is often online here and sells a good product.
Myself I would start with the floors first. Then go from there. I would also stay away from the products in a spray can.


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