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Unread 03-03-2007, 11:06 AM   #1
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What's the best stuff to use to "Linex" the Interior Floor?

Im thinking of taking out my carpet and spraying the interior floor with some of that spray-on bed liner stuff... whats the best to use for the DIY-er? If anyone has done it any tips would be appreciated. thanks

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Unread 03-03-2007, 12:04 PM   #2
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I used Herculiner.
Good stuff. Probably y best $100 mod.
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Unread 03-03-2007, 12:06 PM   #3
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I used Herculiner.
Good stuff. Probably y best $100 mod.

Same thing here
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Unread 03-03-2007, 12:36 PM   #4
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this question always opens up a can of worms, every one loves the one they used for the most part, those that take the DIY road think others are wasting their money, those that go pro think it was money well spent.

things to remember whatever you choose:

-prep is everything, repeat after me, "prep is everything" air temperature can also matter in some coatings
-the diy options are not the same as the top pro options, they are chemically very different, not just a few more bucks, all options work, just understand what you are getting so that you are not disappointed because you saw a jeep with line-x and expect to replicate the effect with herc, it is just not fully possible

-lastly regardless of what product you choose, think a lot about where you put it, people stop it at very different points and there is a lot of good options , some cover the lip at the bottom of the door or the top of the tub rim, some take the roll-bars off and do underneath it (smart) some do there roll-bars too, at least high enough to go under the padding.

-I would also recommend that you draw a line around what is covered up by your center console before you take it off, i thought it covered up more up front and there for did not cover a area that in hindsight i wished i had, i personally also wish i had done ever more of the door jam, i place my foot on it when i go doorless and having it coated would be nice
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Once the temperature breaks into the 60's - 70's here I am going to Herculiner my floor using this write-up: http://www.projectferrari.com/bedliner-how-to.htm
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