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Duplicolor bedliner questions

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by 88K5Jimmy, Jul 3, 2002.

  1. 88K5Jimmy

    88K5Jimmy 1/2 ton status

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    Have any of you guys used it and is it as abrasive as Herculiner? I want to coat my bumper/spare tire carrier with something and wonder if any of you guys have experience with it. Also, does it fade like Herculiner does?

    Thanks guys
    Ross
     
  2. Skigirl

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    Ross, from posts I've read, duplicolor isn't that great. All of them (herc, durabak, duplicolor, etc.) will be pretty rough if rolled on.

    Jekbrown is the guy to talk to. Also do a search. There's a lot of info on the subject. /forums/images/icons/smile.gif
     
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    I have used it. DON'T DO IT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! /forums/images/icons/grin.gif
     
  4. 88K5Jimmy

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    Re: Duplicolor bedliner questions---found my answer!!

    Yeah I did a search and found out what I needed to know. Thanks guys

    Ross
     
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    Durabak is excellent. Very rough, but very nice.

    Ken H.
     
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    I just had my whole interior done with a knock off of Rhino Liner, Toro Liner, and am very happy.. It has a little bit of soft feel, but is very tough. I think it would work on bumpers as well... Just my 2c worth...

    Remember today is Independence Day.. That means terrorists /forums/images/icons/laugh.gif and politicians are fair game.... No license required
     
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    hurculiner is a bit to thick for bumpers in my opinion and duplicolor to thin...need a medium. Duplicolor undercoat bedliner oly holds up if you sand the area really really well!
     

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