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Unread 04-17-2002, 08:21 PM   #1
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Jeeps and Trcuk Bed Liner

Anyone here ever used truck bed liner (rhino liner) on the floor of a cj? I was gonna give it a shot to prevent rust, corrosion, and other stuff that can happen to the metal floor while on the trail. But figured I'd see if any of you guys had any luck with it.


1984 CJ7-31" BF Goodrich AT Tires, Auto, 258 ci, Pioneer sound, 2 barrel Weber carb, undergoing some body work and exhaust work sometime soon.

"pop the hood, POP THE HOOD!"
- a phrase commonly heard in my garage
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Unread 04-18-2002, 12:33 PM   #2
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Many people do it successfully. I hear that Herculiner is the brand to use, based on other's experience! I'll be using it inside and out all over my '77 CJ-7 pretty soon!
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Unread 04-18-2002, 01:35 PM   #3
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I herculined my Jeep it was real easy just time consuming.Just take every thing out of the interior and follow the instructions, it's as easy as that. But it is messy.I am glad that I did it my self though, the kit a gallon of herculiner, roller, paint tray and an abrasive pad come in a kit for about a hundred bucks and did my CJ-5 with about a quart to spare.To make it a little faster and easier I purchased a pad like the one that comes in the kit for my electric drill and that definately was worth it.
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