What tub- liner is best
I want to tub out my cj but I was wondering what was the best liner out there... rhino is too expensice.. i just want a do it yourself thing that is durable and easy to do.
I'm happy with the Herculiner - my friend has Duraback in his and is equally as happy. Both cost about the same - in the neighborhood of $100. The Herculiner is available in many auto parts stores and elsewhere but the Duraback is (or at least was) an order item only.
I would say that you will get good results with both as long as you take your time with the prep work. I know one person that hurried through and it peeled almost immediately. The other friend took his time and it stayed rather nicely. If I had my choice though I would probably use hurculiner as it was the stuff that stuck.
'84 CJ-7 Junkyard TBI 360/T18/D300, 4" 4WDH Lift, D44 front with ARB and HS/D44 Rear w/ Detroit, 4.56s, 36" Iroks, TFI, TJ flares, Homemade rocker guards and bumpers with swing out, Optima Yellow Top, M8000, York OBA, 6pt cage
"when you're up to your *** in alligators, it is hard to remember that your original intention is to drain the swamp"
I used Hurculiner in the tub of my CJ5. I would say for the prep work use a drill and scuff the paint and be sure to get any surface rust off. I've had mine on a year and no problems. I have cheap carpet over mine, but it makes the interior look real good.
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