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Unread 10-03-2008, 09:52 PM   #1
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Tub, spray in bed liner?

Allright first time poster here...lets see if I posted in the right forum category...Well I just got a lj after wanting a cj for a long time, but I think I went right by going with the unlimited. Got a question for the board. Is it pretty common to get the tub lined with a spray in bed liner. The thought crossed my mind and I think its a good idea. anybody had experience with this? Maybe suggest someone in the houston area that would do a good job?

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Unread 10-03-2008, 09:57 PM   #2
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Welcome to JF! Tub lining is pretty common and is a great idea. Line-x and rhinoliner are two of the commercial services, but one of the most common is herculiner which is a diy thing. Use the search function up top to get to know the Forum, and you'll find quite a few threads on the subject... literally almost 1 a day.
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Unread 10-03-2008, 11:31 PM   #3
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I used U-Pol Raptor in mine. $125 for supplies, the kit, and all. Just provide an air compressor.

Here's my U-Pol thread from opening the box to the finished product:
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Unread 10-04-2008, 08:10 AM   #4
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I have Line-X in my TJ. It is awesome, they spray it in very thick. It was very expensive to have done though. I recently rebuilt an old Bantam 1/4 ton trailer, and I sprayed the U-Pol in it myself. I have to say it turned out great.

After I was done with it, I wished I would have done the TJ myself with the U-Pol. I will say this, there is no comparison between the Line-X and the U-Pol. The Line-X blows it away and is more durable. If money isn't a concern, go with it. But for most, the U-Pol diy stuff will work just fine, and will be about $500 cheaper. I just don't think for inside a Jeep the Line-X is worth the cost. If I needed to do the bed of a pickup that was routinely loaded and was beaten on, then I'd say the Line-X is worth it.
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