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post #1 of 15 Old 04-12-2007, 07:47 AM Thread Starter
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Spray in bed liner

Well, just dropped my jeep off at an extreme outfitters today, and they will be putting a spray on bed liner in it. It is costing me a pretty penny but i think it will be well worth it. I have only seen one other jeep done this way... do any of yall have this done? Pics would be nice!

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post #2 of 15 Old 04-12-2007, 10:10 AM
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Which brand did you go with? LineX? Rhino Liner? Other?

I'm cheap, so I went with the cheaper version...Herculiner. If I were to go the expensive route, I'd have gone with LineX. Enjoy it!

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Rhino liner, if you dont mind can i ask how much you payed for yours to be done?

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Do a search and you'll find tons of threads with pics of guys who have either had it sprayed in or rolled it on themselves.
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Do a search and you'll find tons of threads with pics of guys who have either had it sprayed in or rolled it on themselves.
Not Rhinoliner like the OP had installed. Rhinoliner, like Line-X, is a heavy-duty thick polyurethane product that is definitely not a do-it-yourself installation. The products you're talking about like Duraliner and Herculiner are nothing more than paints with ground rubber mixed in. That said, I'll probably line mine with Duraliner or Herculiner one of these days just because it's so much cheaper even though neither would hold up as well as Rhinoliner or Line-X would.

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Here's some pics of the herculine job I did myself a couple months ago. I sprayed it on.
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Here are a ton of pics of my herculiner diy job... On my Flickr acct

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what is different about how yours is getting lined?
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myuserid has some great pictures there. Once the stupid weather warms up, I'll be putting down some Herculiner. I haven't been so excited about an upgrade in quite some time!!

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myuserid has some great pictures there. Once the stupid weather warms up, I'll be putting down some Herculiner. I haven't been so excited about an upgrade in quite some time!!

Aw shucks Thanks for the complement!

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Rhino liner, if you dont mind can i ask how much you payed for yours to be done?

Herculiner runs about $95, sometimes as low as $80 if on sale. Do your own prep. So it depends on how much you want to pay out.
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I did the last Jeep I owned and have to say the stuff is very durable. I did the tub, my bumpers and several other things. Once its on its almost impossible to remove. For the money its definately the best way to go....
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I did the last Jeep I owned and have to say the stuff is very durable. I did the tub, my bumpers and several other things. Once its on its almost impossible to remove. For the money its definately the best way to go....
What did you install that is very durable? There's at least four products being discussed here.

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What did you install that is very durable? There's at least four products being discussed here.

Oooooppppsssss

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post #15 of 15 Old 04-14-2007, 02:53 PM Thread Starter
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Ill go take some pics of mine, and show yall how it turned out.. I am really pleased with the work, but the guy who did it scratched my back hatch... i get pics

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