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Herculined rockers

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by Chris87K5, Oct 14, 2002.

  1. Chris87K5

    Chris87K5 1/2 ton status

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    Anybody have thier rocker panels Herculined? I was wondering how easy it is to clean mud and stuff off. I will be painting my Blazer soon and I am think of doing the bottom 8" or so the whole way around.
     
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    the herculiner stains pretty easily, in my expereince. I think if you are not aesthetically inclined, you will be fine. if you are anal about your rig looking perfect, it will be a point of frustration in your life /forums/images/graemlins/k5.gif
     
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    Look great in person too, prep work is the key.
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    I put roll-on bedliner on my rockers and mud shows up more because they are black. But other than that its really no different. I like mine and would recommend it to anybody.

    Will
     
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    does the mud clean off ok at the car wash?
     
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    Yeah, the mud comes off just fine. Just use some soap and scrub a little bit and its all nice and clean.

    Will
     

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