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post #1 of 11 Old 12-29-2003, 08:44 PM Thread Starter
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sprayed on liner for tub?

any one have their tub line-x'd or rhino line'd..I know someone who was quoted for 400 for their K5 tub to be line'xed and that tub is bigger..just lookin for quotes here..thanks a bunch


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post #2 of 11 Old 12-30-2003, 12:26 AM
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I got my TJ Line-Xed for $500

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post #3 of 11 Old 12-30-2003, 06:34 PM
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I went with the do-it-yourself spray cans. Been in for about 6 months, and still looks great. I know it's not nearly as tough as the Line-x, but it is easily touched up.

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Hey Kraemer
You might want to check out the YJ forum. There is a post in there that shows a jeep recently lined. It looks great and he rolled it on himself. Its cheaper too! I'll be lining mine sooner or later too.
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I could do it myself easily and I know what it looks like...I just don't want to go through the hassle..me and paint do not mix....all I want is a quote..someone has to have had this done...

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post #6 of 11 Old 12-31-2003, 09:51 PM
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I herculined in the summer, turned out good though I think in spots I made it too thin, probably go over it again this summer. It is a really cool and useful mod for pretty cheap. protects your interior and looks good to boot. While taking the back seat hardware out I broke off two bolts, so make sure when you're removing all those bolts to use WD-40 or some kind of lube/oil. Not sure if this is what you were looking at doing. It certainly is cheaper than having someone else rhino line it or do the lining for you whatever you get. I just paid $100 for the herc. and did it myself withing the span of two days. People usually say it turns out nicer if you spray it on, but I say if you don't already have all the equipment for spraying it, don't bother spending more money. All in all, herculining is the best option I think, and doing yourself will safe you some cash you can then spend on more jeep stuff. Just Empty Every Pocket

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post #7 of 11 Old 12-31-2003, 10:35 PM
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....all I want is a quote..someone has to have had this done...
I believe the first person who answered your post did say he/she had it done and what they paid.

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I believe the first person who answered your post did say he/she had it done and what they paid.

I was quoted 400-500 for Rhino, depending on whether I removed the carpets, seats, etc. or not. Check out www.4x4xplor.com for a write-up. He sprayed his CJ's tub with Herculiner, I think. Looks great. I'd definitley do it yourself, unless you can afford the extra cash to have someone do it for you. I plan on doing it as soon as I get the time. And the garage space...

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One very important point; If you use herculiner or some other do-it-yourself kit, get some type of UV protectant to apply over it.

I did a cj in spring last year, then ran all summer with only a bikini top; by the time I sold it in early fall, all the areas that was not covered by the bikini top were very dull and faded.

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wow I skipped right over that first one....ok man thanks to all...

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Yeah heres another link on the same topic. The wife saw this website and told me this is my next summers project. Go figure.

http://www.totalparadox.com/jeep/pic...herculiner.htm


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