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post #1 of 5 Old 03-21-2003, 04:56 PM Thread Starter
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Spray-in liners.

Heavily considering getting a spray-in liner put over the entire floor system of my '73 CJ5. I hear good things. My main concern is rust prevention, along with dampening cockpit engine noise, and plus, I can't look at the half-assed paint job anymore.

Anybody here done this to a 5 before? If so, how much did you spend, who's the best company to go with, and what parts of the floor should I leave unmolested?

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post #2 of 5 Old 03-23-2003, 02:25 PM
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I checked into rhino lining...700 dollars. I then decided to go with a do it yourself lining(herculiner, lava liner). I haven't put one in yet, but I figure 100 dollars and some of my time is a better deal.

If you have the money,I don't, the spray-in would be better.

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i have a 75 cj5 my best friend has a 79 cj 5
we both put herciliner down on our floors
it seems to be a really good product
seems to me that the rino spray in liner is fairly
expensive and it isnt that hard to do the
herciliner yourself just make sur you scuff the surface
then clean the surface really well with xylene
i bought the pack at a menards here in town
for about a hundred bucks it also says you can spray
it on if you thin it down with xylene if you have a compressor
and a spray gun
anyway thats my .02

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If you want to get a bit tweaky with it, there are special sound-dampening panels you can sort of melt on on with a heat blower. A supplier to higher-end car audio stores would know about them.
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i just finished putting my herculiner down last night. i think its going to be awesome. it a while to get it all done, but i think it will be worth it. and if it ever peels its self bonding so i can just fix the spot thats gets messed up. just remerber to wear gloves. this junk is going to be on my hands for a longggg time...
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