Has anyone used the U-POL Raptor under the tub and wheel wells? It seems this would be a great product to use on the under side of the tub considering its toughness and smooth tecture to avoid mudd build up.
1981 CJ5 ground up restro in progress, finished product will have: 4.2 w/ a 4.0 head conversion, headers, Howell TBI, HEI, D300, AMC 20, D30, 3" lift w/ 33x12.50 BFG. All new hardware, all diffs rebuilt.
I'm sure someone has. I've inquired about another similar product called RattleGaurd. There is a difference between Rattlegaurd and Raptor. Raptor is a urethane 2 part product, part two being the hardner. Rattlegaurd is basically the same thing with one caveat. You can also add rubber particulates. I find this very interesting in that it might do a better job of sound deadening. I would like to try it for such a purpose but just haven't take the time.
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I own a body shop in North East Georgia and we've been using a product called gator gaurd for bedliners and it works really great. If you want a color matched one they make a kit called hippo-liner and you pour your mixed un-reduced paint into it and it looks cool
If you really want to step it up in quality use a kit called SEM bedliner. The kit alone will cost you around $200.00 and more for the tintable version but if it's something your going to keep for a while this is what I would use.