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Old 01-26-2012, 11:29 PM   #1
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Anybody have any suggestions as to the best spray or roll on liner? I want to take out my carpet and line the floor.

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Old 01-26-2012, 11:45 PM   #2
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Anybody have any suggestions as to the best spray or roll on liner? I want to take out my carpet and line the floor.
Try these:

Spray lining a Jeep Floor...good or bad idea
Plasti-Dip Passenger Footwell

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Old 01-27-2012, 07:24 AM   #3
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On the first link. Seems like most of them were getting ripped off. Since they told the jeep owner they had to take everything out for the company to put the liner on. If they are paying between 700-1000 bucks for that. That means they should take it out, not the owner. By that time, the owner can just do it them selves...

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Old 01-27-2012, 07:51 AM   #5
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The difference being, the professionals can use products that the general public can not. So even if you do the prep, with certain systems, you are paying for industrial grade liner not consumer grade.
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Here's another DIY option: (http://www.wranglerforum.com/f33/mon...ect-99399.html). I've also heard good things about Raptor liner.

And I'm the guy with the Plasti-Dip that was linked above (here). It's cool, but it's just a temporary fix until a full liner project.
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Im familiar with Plasti Dip and plan to do so to my grille. I just really want to protect the inside when I go mudding or fording. Has anyone had bad experiences or results?
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The difference being, the professionals can use products that the general public can not. So even if you do the prep, with certain systems, you are paying for industrial grade liner not consumer grade.
Yeah I don't plan on paying some one to do it. I'm fine with consumer grade!
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Old 01-27-2012, 10:28 AM   #9
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The difference being, the professionals can use products that the general public can not. So even if you do the prep, with certain systems, you are paying for industrial grade liner not consumer grade.
Yeah, I just want to do it myself to save on that and I'm fine with consumer grade! I'm trying to get ideas of what product or type of liner.
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Yeah, I just want to do it myself to save on that and I'm fine with consumer grade! I'm trying to get ideas of what product or type of liner.
The Raptor liner and Monstaliner mentioned are well reviewed DIY kits.
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I used a product called "Al's Liner" on the bed of my truck. Its been sitting outside every day for 3 years now and still looks good, no peeling or cracking. The prep work is key though, it took me about 4 hours to get the bed ready before I could spray it. I used their spray gun which works pretty much just like a drywall texture sprayer.
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The Raptor liner and Monstaliner mentioned are well reviewed DIY kits.
I'll look in on those! Thanks! ::wave::
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I used a product called "Al's Liner" on the bed of my truck. Its been sitting outside every day for 3 years now and still looks good, no peeling or cracking. The prep work is key though, it took me about 4 hours to get the bed ready before I could spray it. I used their spray gun which works pretty much just like a drywall texture sprayer.
So the kit comes with a spray gun? I don't want to go buy one I'll use only once.
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I have used monsta, raptor, and herculiner....monsta is the best IMO. I sprayed the bottom of my tub and rolled the interior.
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So the kit comes with a spray gun? I don't want to go buy one I'll use only once.
They sell the spray gun separately. They also sell a roller kit to roll it on, I just preferred spraying it.
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tru, but not always true. the stuff they use is usually the same stuff you can get your hands on.
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I have plenty ideas now for Monday! Thanks guys!
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Herculiner.
I applied this stuff by roller to my Tacoma bed and let me tell you that this stuff is TOUGH TOUGH, TOUGH. Very grippy, almost a hard rubberized surface. Looks like a spray on. It comes in a gallon can for about $60. Prep is everything. Everything must be roughed up and then use some acetone to clean up and remove any residues. Tape off areas to stay clean, and just roll it on. Excellent quality.

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