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post #16 of 349 Old 09-16-2007, 09:05 PM Thread Starter
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Having had mine done years ago, another way to fill those pesky gaps on a metal tub is to visit your auto paint supply store and get a tube of urethane to use in a caulking gun.
I not only wanted the gaps filled, I wanted it to look as if it were on piece.

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post #17 of 349 Old 02-18-2008, 02:20 PM
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how has this held up?

any recent pictures?
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WOW - That looks good - Anyone know how it compares to Herculiner? I would love to see a side by side comparison, thickness, finish, etc. Looks really good.

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how has this held up?

any recent pictures?
Pic's taken today would look the same, it's held up really well.
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WOW - That looks good - Anyone know how it compares to Herculiner? I would love to see a side by side comparison, thickness, finish, etc. Looks really good.
Thanks
I've used both, the Raptor product if far superior. Give it a try
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Cool - I will definetly look into it. I was planning herc for later this summer - but will certainly do a little research into this first.

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Sure. It comes as a kit in a box complete with hardner and "Shutz" gun.
I bought it off ebay and shiiped to my door it was like $103. If you clean the gun out you can reuse it.
Can you buy additional bottles other than what comes with the kit. Bdmonist lives down the street and we could buy one kit and extra bottles and do two jeeps for cheeps!!

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That does really look good. I am thinking about either rolling or spraying for my tub as well. Just a dumb question though: What do you do about the holes for the seats, etc.?
I did mine and used the little foam earplugs in the holes.

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that looks sweet.
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PO sprayed mine with something or other. Not bad, but not as good as yours.

What about very small rust holes in the driver side floorboard? i have a few and was wondering if they would need to be fixed or if the liner woulddo good enough to cover/seal them off. That sounds like something even i could do.
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PO sprayed mine with something or other. Not bad, but not as good as yours.

What about very small rust holes in the driver side floorboard? i have a few and was wondering if they would need to be fixed or if the liner woulddo good enough to cover/seal them off. That sounds like something even i could do.
Gotta fix the rust. Use the POR-15 & their Metal Ready to take care of it. Works great! Expensive but worth every penny.

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Can you buy additional bottles other than what comes with the kit. Bdmonist lives down the street and we could buy one kit and extra bottles and do two jeeps for cheeps!!
I haven't noticed you can buy bottles individually. But tehy pretty much give you the gun for free. Two kits, $200, not bad plus you'll have a bottle each to save for future projects.

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I did mine and used the little foam earplugs in the holes.

Heck of an idea!
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PO sprayed mine with something or other. Not bad, but not as good as yours.

What about very small rust holes in the driver side floorboard? i have a few and was wondering if they would need to be fixed or if the liner woulddo good enough to cover/seal them off. That sounds like something even i could do.
It sure would be a good time to fix that rust before spraying in a liner. You can handle it.
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I haven't noticed you can buy bottles individually. But tehy pretty much give you the gun for free. Two kits, $200, not bad plus you'll have a bottle each to save for future projects.

Good luck
if this is the same stuff...it looks like re-fill kits ARE available....

http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/RAPTO...spagenameZWD1V
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