U-Pol Raptor is my personal favorite along with many others, looks great and affordable.
Line-X is known to be expensive but also comes out good.
Herculiner is affordable yet doesn't come out that great, majority will vote it looks messy.
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I recently had mine done. How particular are you? The name brand places charge a lot more but probably do a better job. I think they quoted me $750 for Rhinoliner inside my TJ. A local 4X4 speciality store did it for $450. It's not perfect but certainly good enough for this application. I'd use them again and spend the extra $300 on other stuff.
Yeah, I've been looking around and someone spent less then 100 on hurculiner and did it themselves. I think I'm going to do like you suggested and call around, spend under 500 for sure. Not that particular. So no disadvantages I take it huh? Replacement carpet is only $130.
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Spray in would be Line-X or Rhinoliner for Shop installed. DIY Spray would be U-Pol Raptor. Herculiner is meant to be Rolled / brushed on. I did Herculiner and it turned out very nice, prep is the key.
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I got the rattleguard off of ebay. comes with the spray gun and everything you need. I got the large kit. Me and a buddy had enough to do my jeep and his ranger. Looks great.
1999 TJ|3" Black Diamond Susp.| 1.25 JKS BL| 1" JKS BMML|33x12.50's| 15x8 Eagle Alloys| 4.88 Gears| D35 and Detroit Tru Trac in the rear| D30| NATES 4x4 front and rear bumpers| Hella 500's| HI Lift| Rattle Guard Bed Liner
I just sprayed my Unlimited with Al's Liner. It is a four part mix that turns out more like Rhino liner. It is rubbery and softer that Hurculiner. It was $95 a gallon with free shipping and it took two gallons. I also bought the spray gun for $55. I sprayed mine with the optional rubber crumb for added texture because I was worried that the floor would be to slippery. In my opinion it wouldn't be slippery with out it. Even with the added texture it isn't hard on the bare flesh like my last Jeep that I sprayed Hurculiner in.
I just got done spraying U-Pol Raptor in my Jeep. I wouldn't go any other route. But thats just me. Do it yourself, its not really that hard. Take the time, remove everything you can and tape the rest. The raptor sprays very easy. Good luck!