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Discussion in 'The Garage' started by BlackDog714, Nov 21, 2003.

  1. BlackDog714

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    In your cab/passenger compartment. How do you keep from covering the bolt holes?

    I am covering the floor with the Duplicolor Bedliner and then putting carpet over that.
     
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    put all the bolts in halfway and wrap them with masking tape
     
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    I took pieces of masking tape and rolled then into a cone shape so the sticky is on the outside and stuck 1 in each hole. It worked fine.

    Will
     
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    I took pieces of masking tape and rolled then into a cone shape so the sticky is on the outside and stuck 1 in each hole. It worked fine.

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    Ditto.
     
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    Duplicolor Bedliner


    i had a big problem with it it never got hard and i had to clean it out and the people at the teck hot line could not help me

    i went with the hurh just last weakend
     
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    Duplicolor Bedliner


    i had a big problem with it it never got hard and i had to clean it out and the people at the teck hot line could not help me

    i went with the hurh just last weakend

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    How did you clean it off and how big of a mess was that???
     
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    it was like cleaning up oil wiped it up with rags and then carb cleaner and then dish sope

    it was not bad but hurk is on sale this week at pepboys
     
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    Anyone else have this problem????

    No PepBoys around here /forums/images/graemlins/frown.gif

    Schuck's sells the Hurculiner, its just double the price...
     
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    [ QUOTE ]
    Anyone else have this problem????

    No PepBoys around here /forums/images/graemlins/frown.gif

    Schuck's sells the Hurculiner, its just double the price...

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    Order it online then...
     
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    I used the hurcliner. I covered the holes with masking tape. Then went around with a nail untill I found the holes..
     
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    But is the Hurculiner THAT much better than the Duplicolor??? Its not going to be seen, I'm mostly using it as a sound deadener(sp)... The liner with carpet pad and carpet over it should be pretty quiet.
     
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    I used the Duplicolor on mine and didnt like it, it got hard after 3-4 days but all it is thick paint, it gets the texture from the roller you will use to put it on, also i still had to put down floor mats and there are still patches showing from my feet /forums/images/graemlins/mad.gif
     
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    masking tape.

    also, hate to break it to ya, but herc/dup dont sound deaden for crap. I had my interior stripped for a couple of weeks.. and then I installed herculiner... several coats, nice and thick. There may have been a difference in noise level that you could measure with a decible meter... but to my ears it didnt get much, if at all, quieter after it was coated.

    guarding against rust, durability and easy-clean-up are good reasons to apply a liner... sound deadening, not so much... unless you pay the extra $$$$ for Line-X or Rhino. I'd highly recommend one of those if sound deadening is what you're looking for.

    j
     
  14. I put the Herc in my Sub and does not sound deaden. It will actually make it echo until you put some carpet or something in. After the Herc, I put down a layer of Brown Bread (like dynamat), then insulation, then a new vinyl floor. Made a huge difference, much quiter.

    Mat
     
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    Should I even bother with the bed liner stuff at all? I plan on running carpet until the summer anyway (top comes off then!!!). Maybe I should just POR15 the bed area (all the surface rust has already been removed in prep for the bedliner. I already have the bedliner stuff, but I can return it...
     
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    As long as you have it I would use it. I lined my entire interior compartment. I also use carpet but if the carpet gets damp the liner should provide a good barrier for the sheet metal. When you remove your carpet you will have a nice durable finish already there.
     
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    if u want sound deadening, return the bed liner you got and save until you can afford Line-X or Rhino... if you want rust resistance and easy cleanup, install the bedliner ya got.

    j
     

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