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Are bedliners flammable?

Discussion in '1973-1991 K5 Blazer | Truck | Suburban' started by jcg, Jun 29, 2000.

  1. jcg

    jcg 1/2 ton status

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    A little while ago some one mentioned a vehicle with a spray-in interior burning. I need to know if Herculiner will burn or melt after it's cured? I'm have a new tub put on my k5 next week and before it's done I want to coat the firewall and underside with Herculiner. I'm concerned about the Herculiner being so close to the engine though, I don't want it to melt or ignite (that would probably be bad). I'm going to test a sample with a torch tomorrow but I figured I'd ask anyway. If it does have problems with heat, I'll just use paint. Two weeks from now I'll have an 88 Jimmy with a 91 tub and NEW fenders and tailgate on it, I can't wait! Now I just have to figure out what color to paint it... What goes with a red interior besides white and black? Too many decisions, not enough money.

    Joe
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  2. DMK

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    Red on red would be sharp! You could also 2 tone red and white, or black red etc. Silver with red interior don't look bad either. Not sure about the bedliner.
     
  3. jcg

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    Right now my truck is black and red. I was hoping that the new tub would be black too but I wasn't that lucky.

    Joe
    Rochester Institute of Technology Team Mini-Baja
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  4. BlazerGuy

    BlazerGuy 3/4 ton status

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    Herculiner's website said that its no longer flammable once it has cured.

    YEEEEE HAWWWWW[​IMG]
     
  5. James90

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    go with red. mine is going to be red when I get a nuff for a paint job

    [​IMG]Go prepared
     
  6. Christian Talley

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    Silvers got my vote. That would be a sweet combo!
     
  7. 84k5

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    With enough heat anything is flammable.

    Brian
     
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    maybe it's meltable.


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