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Old 06-21-2005, 03:07 AM   #1
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Anyone have a suggestion on where or what to use to get a nice bed liner on my blazer and jeep?
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I don't know what locations are in Austin, but in terms of products, I have been very happy with the RhinoLiner I had sprayed in the bed of my superduty. Very tough--it would take an air chisel to get it off. The surface is non-skid, without feeling 'tacky'. Note that the very shiny black will fade to a flat black over time, if you care.
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Old 06-21-2005, 07:04 PM   #3
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i had the inside of my k5 sprayed with Tuff Liner. They did a great job and were very reasonable.
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I say do it your self. I did my brothers jeep with durabak bedliner and it came out great. All you need is a compresser and a gun to put it on. One gallon did the entire inside of the jeep. Here is the web page.
http://www.nonslipcoating.com/automotive.htm
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Old 06-22-2005, 02:51 AM   #5
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Im am trying to avoid having a bed liner that fades. I like the idea of spraying it myself but i have herd that some of those products will chip, fade or peal after time. Do the durabak or Tuff Liner ever fade or peal?
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You can get a UV additive that will keep the liner from fading as fast. All liners fade. With doing it your self you can make the liner as thin or as thick as you want it. I have seen rhino and linex chip so it all depends on how you treat your truck. I hope this helps.

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Old 06-28-2005, 08:25 PM   #8
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Old 07-15-2005, 06:31 PM   #10
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yeah I just sprayed some liner called rattlegaurd into my blazer and it works great.
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After reading about the http://www.texasmobileliner.com two bedliners, SPEEDLINER and GORILLA LINER, for a Jeep, what would be the difference between the two?

Is one stronger, cheaper, thicker, harder? There has to be some pro/con between the two that you use.

I would like to get it done when I get back.

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The bedliners are a bit diffrent. There are 2 types of products on the market, one is like superliner, speedliner. These liners take 24hrs to dry and and are very rubbery. The other liner is like line-x, the chemical make up of the Gorilla liner is almost exactly the same except, Gorilla uses alot more UV protectant to keep the liner from fading and chalking. Gorilla dries instantly and is a bit harder than speedliner. The reason I use 2 diffrent liners is each of them work better in specific applications. The cost is a bit more for the Gorilla liner but I charge the same to use it. There are no real pros and cons just diffrent uses than the other.

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