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Old 03-16-2006, 10:03 PM   #1
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When I start my job I'm also going to rip out the interior and coat it with bed liner. I've looked into having it professionally done but I don't feel like spending that much $$$ on a beater. I'm thinking of using a brush on either herculiner or duraback. Witch one do you think is better? or do you have another option?
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Old 03-17-2006, 01:03 AM   #2
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Don't use a brush. Roll it on. I did interior and exterior on my K5 and have no problems. Been on over 3yrs. Have to touch up areas where hit by rocks but that's all. I used the stuff from Autozone. Scuff the paint and roll on.
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Old 03-17-2006, 12:33 PM   #3
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Spray it on! I am going to spray herc on the interior of my jeep soon.
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Old 03-17-2006, 04:19 PM   #5
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Spray it on! I am going to spray herc on the interior of my jeep soon.
Don't have the spray equipment. And I don't have time to take it to dad's place to use his. And I don't want to listen to him b*t*h and squall about how I'm not doing it the way he wants it done, even though it's my vehicle.
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Harbor freight has a cheap gun I believe about 40 bucks or so that will spray herc. Spraying is more work but in the end it produces better results. Of course depending on the technique and operator.
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Thanks I'll check it out. You know me tools are always the best investment.
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They are called undercoating guns. Check out item F in the link

http://www.leakpro.com/catalogue/page4.html
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yeah DO NOT brush it on. three of my friends have used that stuff and it goes on ok but will crack a peel soon. there is a cheap spray in place in austin, i think its called texas moble liner. I have never used them but they give killer quotes
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They are called undercoating guns. Check out item F in the link

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Thanks for the link.
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yeah DO NOT brush it on. three of my friends have used that stuff and it goes on ok but will crack a peel soon. there is a cheap spray in place in austin, i think its called texas moble liner. I have never used them but they give killer quotes
Thanks for the info, but A-town is a little to far away. Even thow I could get some good partying in.
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LOL thats always true. They quoted me 225 for my jeep and around 300 for my blazer. They also clamed that there product will never fade in the sun. If they're still around i would look into it, they seem to know what they're doing
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Found out that guy went closed shop
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Old 05-01-2006, 01:39 PM   #14
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yep he screwed over one too many people in his dealings. He did a buddy of mines truck and did a very poor job that in the end cost him probably twice the amount of a full tilt line-x job. I saw the work he did, thin spots, overspray everwhere that was suppose to be masked off like his procomp alluminum rims, on the seats, colors didnt match. It was just a nightmare. So I am by far not suprised to see this happen.

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