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      I brushed and rolled mine it turned out fine and did not take that long.
      I felt that could be the case, so i'll probably go that route. Partly for the ease of access to rollers and brushes i already have available:thumbsup:

      I think you will get just as good results by rolling it in, but if you want to spray it you will want to look at a large texture sprayer type gun. A standard HVLP gun will NOT spray bedliner.

      Harbor Freight, cheap and disposable: Texture Paint Spray Gun
      I did see that exact one yesterday while browsing. Thanks. :D
       
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      I think you will get just as good results by rolling it in, but if you want to spray it you will want to look at a large texture sprayer type gun. A standard HVLP gun will NOT spray bedliner.

      Harbor Freight, cheap and disposable: Texture Paint Spray Gun
      Was it hard for spray at an angle using that spray gun? Online it doesn't look like it comes with a cover on top of the hopper.
       
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      Al's - Al's - Al's... And PREP!

      If you access to a compressor, or if you roll, Al's is fantastic. I've had Rhino, LineX and tried the Walmart stuff, but Al's just trashed them all.

      Both Rhino and LineX needed repairs in my F250's and turned chalky over a relatively short time.

      I sprayed in Al's - under hood, fenderwells and interior. It goes on THICK and stays somewhat flexible. It does not turn gray - even after a year when you wash it goes back to jet black.

      We scaled all rust, treated with Prep-N-Etch from Home Depot and then degreased and wiped down all surfaces with denatured alcohol.

      If you spray, Harbor Freight has a popcorn ceiling gun that looks suspisciously identical to the expensive spray unit all these guys push - for $9.99 with my coupon and off the sale table, I've sprayed all this stuff and still have over 2/3 of the third gallon left. I even painted the heaterbox with this stuff. Coat he inside of the gun with vasoline (really) let it dry in the gun and it pulls out like a sock. Virtually no cleanup.

      Only drawback - it smells HORRIBLE while you are spraying. Wear an organic mask - even if you spray outside.

      Results:
       

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      08JGCOilBurner said:
      Al's - Al's - Al's... And PREP!

      If you access to a compressor, or if you roll, Al's is fantastic. I've had Rhino, LineX and tried the Walmart stuff, but Al's just trashed them all.

      Both Rhino and LineX needed repairs in my F250's and turned chalky over a relatively short time.

      I sprayed in Al's - under hood, fenderwells and interior. It goes on THICK and stays somewhat flexible. It does not turn gray - even after a year when you wash it goes back to jet black.

      We scaled all rust, treated with Prep-N-Etch from Home Depot and then degreased and wiped down all surfaces with denatured alcohol.

      If you spray, Harbor Freight has a popcorn ceiling gun that looks suspisciously identical to the expensive spray unit all these guys push - for $9.99 with my coupon and off the sale table, I've sprayed all this stuff and still have over 2/3 of the third gallon left. I even painted the heaterbox with this stuff. Coat he inside of the gun with vasoline (really) let it dry in the gun and it pulls out like a sock. Virtually no cleanup.

      Only drawback - it smells HORRIBLE while you are spraying. Wear an organic mask - even if you spray outside.

      Results:
      Tell me more about Al's coating. Who, what and where? I've never heard of them. Looks nice in your pic's thanks
       
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