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Old 04-10-2011, 08:50 PM   #1
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Bed Liner Spray for Floor???

I was wondering if it would be possible to take out the carpet on the floor of my 2007 Wrangler and apply bed liner spray. If so, would it be worth putting Line-X or if I could just apply the spray on bed liner spray that comes in a spray can.

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Old 04-10-2011, 08:59 PM   #2
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Answer to first question is definitely "yes". The carpet is easily removed.

Good spray on bedliner is nice, but I've never dealt with Line-x so I can't compare.

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I've heard of people putting Herculiner on the inside of their Jeeps, one of my friends is doing that soon. But that is brush on.
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I put herculiner but I was also planning on keeping the carpet. Haven't had any probs and no bubbling even after a 8 hour drive to NC
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I've done it - the hardest part is stripping everything out of the jeep (seats, trim everything). Once the belly pan is easily accessible, roughen the paint - I used a drill with a wire brush. Wipe the whole thing done and clean it perfectly.

Use Herculiner - goes on with a roller and a brush. I bought the kit at Autozone, and an additional half gallon while I was at it. Mask off everything. 3 good solid coats, I applied a 4th. The first coat will look like crap, the next one better, the third very nice!

It will smell like bedliner for a week or so but looks awesome, and the smell will fade to nothing quickly - if you google it, there are pics all over the web (I'm no where near the Jeep this week, so no pics from me)

The rugs and plugs are still in the garage - I don't think I will ever put them back in

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I tried the "rattle can" stuff from NAPA I was unimpressed.
Check the vendor section, I just saw some posted this morning that you put on with a roller that might be pretty good!
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I've done it - the hardest part is stripping everything out of the jeep (seats, trim everything). Once the belly pan is easily accessible, roughen the paint - I used a drill with a wire brush. Wipe the whole thing done and clean it perfectly.

Use Herculiner - goes on with a roller and a brush. I bought the kit at Autozone, and an additional half gallon while I was at it. Mask off everything. 3 good solid coats, I applied a 4th. The first coat will look like crap, the next one better, the third very nice!

It will smell like bedliner for a week or so but looks awesome, and the smell will fade to nothing quickly - if you google it, there are pics all over the web (I'm no where near the Jeep this week, so no pics from me)

The rugs and plugs are still in the garage - I don't think I will ever put them back in

Good luck
I used raptor spray o. On my tj and just did herculiner on my yj. Love it so much more. Very happy with it so far. Mucho recommendedo
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Before you put any liner down, liquid or otherwise, be CERTAIN to wipe the floor pan with a Paint Prep Cleaner (available from auto body supply shops), most have a built in etching chemical. It should cost less than $20.00, but the bond between the liner and pan will be worth every penny of the $20.00.
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I was told that por 15 was the way to go? that herculiner and others trap moisture to where as por 15 does not.
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If Herculiner trapped moisture, they wouldn't have designed it for open truck beds
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well thats what i was told by a couple different people. but thats a good point to haha.
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I was wondering if it would be possible to take out the carpet on the floor of my 2007 Wrangler and apply bed liner spray. If so, would it be worth putting Line-X or if I could just apply the spray on bed liner spray that comes in a spray can.

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Never thought if that. Good idea.
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use the search feature - there are numerous threads on it being done, and it comes out mint
http://www.wranglerforum.com/f33/if-...rig-53695.html
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sorry if this is a nooby question but, i have a 92 yj and i wanted to spary line it too. but i was wondering if you spray under the dash on the fire wall.. i dont really see a way to reach the top with out a total tare down and no place to really make a nice cut off point. also, do you take out the air vents out to hit the wall?
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Just a thought, but after you strip in inside of the seats and trim, I recommend either using the bolts that hold everything down or getting some spare ones from the hardware store and partially plug the holes that contain the threads. If you spray/roll bed liner in these holes you might make it hard to bolt your seats and trim back in. That bedliner stuff (esp the good stuff) is very thick! If any of you do bed line your JK please take photos of the before, during and after pics. The more the better and post them!

Thanks and good luck!

Also. Line-X rocks. I had a small pickup that I had done and it was by far better than anything else I've seen. However it's not cheap!

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