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Unread 04-02-2013, 06:06 PM   #1
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ok so my roll cage doesnt allow me to use traditional floor matts so i was thinking of using bed liner or under coating on it. As it is now i just keep rattle canning it but that does not last very long. Any tips or suggestions?

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Unread 04-03-2013, 05:39 PM   #2
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Bed liner is a good choice for your floor. It will not deaden the sound like carpet does. It is a great choice as it doesnt wear off like paint. Which ever product you choose be sure its a 2 part not a rattle can product or undercoating. Prep before installation is very important as this will make it last longer.

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Unread 04-03-2013, 05:45 PM   #3
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Thanks. Has anyone used the roll in bed liner and how fun and messy of a project is it?
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The last one I used was Dura-Bak. We applied it in an enclosed garage with the heat running in the winter. I got unbelievably high. It was great. So I suggest plenty of fresh air. A gallon is enough for a Jeep tub. As in any painting project prep work is the most important part of the job for good adheasion and appearance. Remember none of these products stop rust so a good base like epoxy primer well make the job last longer.

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Thanks. Has anyone used the roll in bed liner and how fun and messy of a project is it?
Depends on your definition of fun
Definitely more fun when it's done. These are rolled. We have 39 colors and black. There's no chunks in Monstaliner so it's not rough like sandpaper. Texture is created only by the rollers.
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Thanks. Has anyone used the roll in bed liner and how fun and messy of a project is it?
Just don't get it on your hootus......

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