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post #1 of 21 Old 10-10-2012, 08:11 AM Thread Starter
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Herculiner or monstaliner?

IM getting more Bedliner for my jeep Cherokee and I've used monstaliner in the past and it's crap. So does anyone have any reviews on Herculiner? Or pictures?

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Herculiner has a bad rep as not lasting long at all............

Why is the Monsterliner crap?..did it peel off?

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Yupp, it did not last long at all
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My monstaliner has been down for a little over a month and so far I am very happy with it. In all of the reading that I did prior to my job, Herc was always down near the bottom of the lists. The primary cause of any liner failure seems to be prep work, if this is not done correctly no liner product will last.

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My monstaliner has been down for a little over a month and so far I am very happy with it. In all of the reading that I did prior to my job, Herc was always down near the bottom of the lists. The primary cause of any liner failure seems to be prep work, if this is not done correctly no liner product will last.
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Try Raptor....... I too hate Monstaliner, but for different reasons. We'll just leave it at that....
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Try Raptor....... I too hate Monstaliner, but for different reasons. We'll just leave it at that....
Yeah I'll look it up. Monstaliner has the ******** customer service.
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Hey that raptor looks pretty cool, have you used it yourself?
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Hey that raptor looks pretty cool, have you used it yourself?
I have not used it, but have heard nothing but great feedback from those that have used it.....
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How about considering a professional product and skip the DIY stuff?

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LineX is good stuff, raptor has a solid rep

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How about considering a professional product and skip the DIY stuff?
More info?
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Line-x

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More info?
I realize professional products/services are not for everyone. But, consider this: Some people will go buy a few cans of Krylon spray paint from Wallymart and spray paint their entire Jeep. Who am I to say that's not right for those people?! Everyone has their own needs and budgets and if Krylon fits, then that's fine. However, I also know that some people would never spray paint their Jeeps with Krylon paint.

Most of the professional products are a step up from the DIY bedliner products. Professional products are stronger and believe it or not, are LESS expensive per gallon than the DIY products.

LINE-X can be applied in practically any color. It looks great and performs great.
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