I was wondering if anyone has used red herculiner or red or tan color durabak. I have a red jeep with a spice interior and dont really want to do a black floor. I saw the "tan" color on the durabak site and it almost looks like spice. I was also thinking of red if nothing else, but I DONT want it fading PINK!
98 XJ Sport with 4.5" lift, 31" MTZs, and other goodies.
I asked around several bed liner places to get my father-in-laws khaki/tan truck sprayed with matching bedliner. Each place had a different method.... mix to match material... or mix to get close and then paint over the liner for an exact match. But after talking to the Line-X dealer here they said they could do it but it did not reccommend it. He said it just did not hold up as well. He said the general rule was the darker the color the better it holds up. That was about a year ago, and technology/formulas change all the time so it might be different. It sounds like you will be doing it yourself, but just thought I would throw that out for you.
12 JKU Sahara stock with leather and nav... not the typical wheeler but at least I am in a Jeep again.
I have a buddy with Tan Line-X and loves it. I would go with the tan durabak and give it a protectant coat if you are worried about it. I have black which looks cool also but shows dust and dirt really bad. Tan would probably look better "dirty".
I was also thinking of red if nothing else, but I DONT want it fading PINK!
come on pink looks tough out on the trail ,i say red if you line-x it ,, itll look unique, but line-x doesnt fade and it has a lifetime guarentee
i have a patriot blue jeep tan interior and dark charcoal line-x it looks sweet
97 TJ 4.0 , 3spd Auto , D30/44 , 3.25 RC lift w/ 1.25" BL / MML , ( 5 )33x12.50x15 Goodyear Duratracs
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