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how much herculiner to do my floor?

Discussion in '1973-1991 K5 Blazer | Truck | Suburban' started by bablazer73, May 12, 2001.

  1. bablazer73

    bablazer73 1/2 ton status

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    I am going to use the roll on bed liner on my entire floor. how much do I need? will the 6ft kit do? or will I need the xtra qt?

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  2. Sparky87k5

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    It took 1 1/2 gallons to do mine. I bought 2 gallons, put it on everything from the firewall back and up the inner sheet metal walls and on the inside of the tailgate. Put 2 coats on the front floor area. Really helps to cut down road noise and as rust proofing.

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  3. Big_Ugly_Diesel

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    I used a complete gallon to do the inside of my Scout from firewall to tailgate and up both sides so I would imagine you would have to use the extra quart to do the Blazer. I would think twice about using the Herculiner though. I was going to do my Blazer after I did my Scout but I soon found out the Herculiner was not a very good product. I believe it is stricly a non slip coating, not a heavy duty coating. I have two holes in mine already from a transmission sitting in there for 2 days, vibration is a Herculiner killer! It works good for a non-slip and rust prevenitive but that is it. I would go with the thicker spray in kind if you plan on putting anything in your Blazer.
     
  4. xtreme_wlr

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    I coated the inside of the cab of my truck with it and have been very happy with it for that. I have also used it to do the bed of my Toyota p/u and have found that it will peel up if your prep isnt done right and if you really beat the hell out of it. If you want a thicker coating, then you will need to buy twice as much or more to do it with the Herculiner. With what that would cost, it would be wiser to go with a spray in liner like Rhino and have it professionally done.

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