I have heard good things about herculiner and rostoleum liner DIY kits. I have a buddy who charges 190 bucks to spray wranglers with rhino liner. Beats six and up at a shop any day of the week. Best of luck, but I would look into spray liners if I were you.
MROLSON1, Looks great, but I can't help to notice your better half in the background of the first picture. She looks pissed!!!
If you don't mind I wold like to use this picture and put 20 seconds on the clock like Tosh.O. Who can come up with the best comment...........
Well any decent liner will work. Up to you on how much you wanna spend and if you wanna do it. After yesterday I can tell you it could save your butt. I had about 15 gallons of water in my yj. Funny though, I loved it
My vote is for monstaliner. Did the whole inside of my black TJ in wwII olive drab green. Looks great, super easy to clean, won't tear up your skin like some bedliners do. My only past experiences were with rhino and rattle can bedliners. Monstaliner is a great middle of the road, probably the best I could do from a DIY kit. And had a few questions, customer service was top notch too... Again, very happy.
There is another alternative to Rhino, Line-X, and the others talked about here, and it is called Spray-Lining. They have a spray on liner that you can either go to a dealer near you or get it as a DIY kit and do it yourself. Their website is at http://www.spray-lining.com and I have used it on my vehicle and it is thicker and if you get it done at one of their dealers, you get a lifetime, transferable warranty that adds resale value to your Jeep or truck. I sprayed it on myself, so I didn't get the dealer warranty, but I was out to save money, and the kit is less and included the spray gun, unlike a lot of the DIY stuff out there.