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Unread 07-22-2007, 11:15 PM   #1
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Wanted: Pictures of older Herculined Tubs

I'm thinking about Herc'ing my tub, but I'm concerned about what it's going to look like in a year or two.

So........I'm looking for pictures of your tubs that have been Herculined, then used. It's easy to find pictures of tubs that have been freshly lined, but what does it look like after 1 or 2 years of use?

Post up some pictures of your Herc'd tubs as they look now when you use them. (Not all pretty'd up with a power-washer and a gallon of Armor-All!)


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Unread 07-22-2007, 11:44 PM   #2
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these are all i have right now

about 8 months after, i left those 4 bolts clear, no herc

these are only after a couple months, with no cleaning


i will get better pics tomorrow if you wish. I have now had it for about a year, plenty of mud and rough use. It is holding together well, although i wish i went thicker at the floorboards.
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Unread 07-23-2007, 10:09 AM   #3
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same as mine. It wears fine but make sure you get the additive to keep the finish from dulling in the sun. They didn't have that avaiable when I did mine 6 years ago.

I'd like to spray more over mine with that additive (brushed/rolled originally) in the future. Armor-all will shine it up though.
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This is the cheap roll on stuff you can get at any parts store. It was 5 yrs old in the pics. Faded maybe just all the mud and sand in it but It has held up. It's nice when your feet are wet and leaning out the side to see the trail. Your feet don't slide all over the floor board. The pic is from the old YJ I had
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