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Unread 11-13-2012, 01:34 PM   #1
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I've had my TJ for 2 years now and after getting the carpet dirty multiple times and having to scrub and clean it I've decided to tear it out next summer and put in some kind of bedliner. I know it's a little ways away but I'm just doing some research, to get the best bang for my buck and make sure I have all the knowledge to do a professional job.

So obviously I'm looking to do the whole floor of the tub, front to back so that when it gets dirty, I can just wash it out. I'm looking for a bedliner that will hold up for years to come, I don't really careif it I rough or not, actually I wouldn't mind if it was alittle tough. Also this jeep is my daily driver so it sees much more pavement than dirt. I was curious on what are some good brands, how much paint should I use, how much will I need to cover the tub, cost roughly, and painting procedure. Thank you

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Unread 11-13-2012, 01:55 PM   #2
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Check Out Monstaliner ( A forum supporter here) in the Vendor Display section. You can also check out my build thread, I did the under side, engine compartment and interior.
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