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Old 07-26-2012, 05:31 PM   #1
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Interior liner

I think I'm going to pull the carpet today. Id like to get the interior sprayed with liner.

Any suggestions on where to get this done at? ESP in New Orleans.

Secondly, about how much $$ will it cost.

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Old 07-26-2012, 05:36 PM   #2
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DIY with Monstaliner!

Cost a little over $100 and the satisfaction of doing it yourself!

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Monstaliner, check their website. About $100 should do it, and if you can roll a brush around you can do it.
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Old 07-26-2012, 05:40 PM   #4
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I think I'm going to pull the carpet today. Id like to get the interior sprayed with liner.

Any suggestions on where to get this done at? ESP in New Orleans.

Secondly, about how much $$ will it cost.

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Two places in NOLA, according to the Line-X site: LINE-X Sprayon Bedliners, Protective Coatings, Truck Bed Coating, Floor Coating, Industrial Flooring

And it ain't cheap. A lot depends on whether or not you do the prep yourself (carpet, seat removal, etc) or not. Pretty sure you can get a quote off that site.

There are other versions, of course. I'm partial to the Line-x, myself. If I ever get around to bedlining my tub, that's the way I'll go.

Send a PM to Yella here on the forum...iirc, he had his Jeep done.
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I did a bunch of research on the DIY bed-liner options here ->http://www.wranglerforum.com/f33/jee...ml#post2412199

If you don't have acess to an air compressor I would go with Monstaliner. Almost everyone is happy with it. I almost went with that liner. They talk about it a bunch on the JeepForum.com

I end up Raptor lining my Jeep about 3 weeks ago. I did a couple of write-ups about. I ended up spending $196 with all the supplies. I used all 4 bottles to get 2 solid coats.

LINK-> Carpet Removal 2012 2DR
LINK-> U-Pol Raptor Bed Liner in tub - Shots - Notes - Reference Threads
If the drought would ever end I would store my windows like this in the back
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Decided to do line-x today. Schedule for next week..average price from shop is 600 to 800 depending on color and prep work. If you remove all yourself but the drivers seat you'll get the lowest price.
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Thanks everyone for the info.

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Two places in NOLA, according to the Line-X site: LINE-X Sprayon Bedliners, Protective Coatings, Truck Bed Coating, Floor Coating, Industrial Flooring

And it ain't cheap. A lot depends on whether or not you do the prep yourself (carpet, seat removal, etc) or not. Pretty sure you can get a quote off that site.

There are other versions, of course. I'm partial to the Line-x, myself. If I ever get around to bedlining my tub, that's the way I'll go.

Send a PM to Yella here on the forum...iirc, he had his Jeep done.
Thanks wolf! I submitted a quote request. Expensive, but from the looks of it seems worth it.

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I did a bunch of research on the DIY bed-liner options here ->http://www.wranglerforum.com/f33/jee...ml#post2412199

If you don't have acess to an air compressor I would go with Monstaliner. Almost everyone is happy with it. I almost went with that liner. They talk about it a bunch on the JeepForum.com

I end up Raptor lining my Jeep about 3 weeks ago. I did a couple of write-ups about. I ended up spending $196 with all the supplies. I used all 4 bottles to get 2 solid coats.

LINK-> Carpet Removal 2012 2DR
LINK-> U-Pol Raptor Bed Liner in tub - Shots - Notes - Reference Threads
If the drought would ever end I would store my windows like this in the back
LINK->Soft-Top Window Storage with Towels and a Sleeping Bag Stuff Sack



Thanks Raptor, those links were very helpful. I like the U-Pol liner over the other two.
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pulled the carpet today. I probably will get it lined this week. I got the passenger seat out as well. I left the driver seat in until I get take to the shop for obvious reasons. I also plan to take off as much plastic interior trim as possible. I ran out of time today. I think I will try to get the project done by Thursday. I got a quote for 450 for the jeep. I read around and the materials cost can range from 100-200. An extra 250 out of pocket is worth it to me for a professional job and warranty. I will be going with Line-x.
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pulled the carpet today. I probably will get it lined this week. I got the passenger seat out as well. I left the driver seat in until I get take to the shop for obvious reasons. I also plan to take off as much plastic interior trim as possible. I ran out of time today. I think I will try to get the project done by Thursday. I got a quote for 450 for the jeep. I read around and the materials cost can range from 100-200. An extra 250 out of pocket is worth it to me for a professional job and warranty. I will be going with Line-x.
Line-X is great stuff. I was quoted $500 with me doing the prep. I think you have to upgrade to something called extra to get it to be UV safe from fading. You might want to ask them.
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Old 08-02-2012, 01:30 PM   #10
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dropped the jk off this morning. should be getting it back this afternoon or tomorrow depending on work shed. can't wait to see the after look.
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Please post up some pics. I'd love to see the outcome.
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Old 08-03-2012, 12:27 AM   #12
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I will post some of my monstaliner pics tomorrow ( I think I deleted the ones I had saved) . Best thing I ever did was this project. If you have any questions with the process, Ill be more than happy to help.
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Check out this thread I created awhile ago.. It has pics and a small description on how things went. http://www.wranglerforum.com/f33/wha...ob-147590.html
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Got the rig back today.



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Old 08-08-2012, 09:45 PM   #15
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Does anyone think that doing this to their Jeep will have any effect on the re-sale value if there ever happens to be a time that you have to part ways?
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Old 08-08-2012, 11:06 PM   #16
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Does anyone think that doing this to their Jeep will have any effect on the re-sale value if there ever happens to be a time that you have to part ways?
thats a good question. My speculation is that most jeep buyers will not mind a jeep that has had the tub lined.
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I would think it would increase value do to non corrosion issues ????? I work for local county and they have used both rhino liner and line x and the line x is far better in every way I have linexed my last 2 trucks and would love to do a half section on the outside of jeep but they want $1100 for it
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Old 08-09-2012, 01:12 PM   #18
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C'mon fellas.

You're talking about bedlining the tub of a vehicle you've probably swapped out the wheels and tires on, lifted, used a programmer, made untold changes to the electrical system adding accessories, swapped out bumpers and who knows what else, and drive all over crap that isn't passable for most vehicles.

If you're still pondering resale value in how you handle your wrangler, I think you need a reality check. Your jeep isn't going to some soccer mom five years from now. If it goes anywhere, it's going to somebody who likes the "modded" look or mods themselves. Don't worry about the liner.
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Old 08-09-2012, 01:59 PM   #19
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I just ripped out my interior to get this done but have a question before I pick my installer. I'm in agreement that its worth the extra for me to have it done professionally and save my time and possible frustrations for another day.

I have quotes from line-x for $750 + $150 for the "xtra" and from rhino for $550 who will do a rhino shine for free when it starts fading.

Any comments on why line x is worth the extra cash over rhino and if the line x "xtra" is worth it as well would be appreciated. I am ready to start stripping goop tonight and get this done tomorrow.
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Smihty Like I posted above the line x is far better in fading and toughness reason being all our county trucks were rhino lined at 1 time yes with a lifetime warranty if youwant to use it look at the rhino lined ones this material will rip if you throw something sharp against it and then it will begin to peel youll see all these trucks with gashes thats rhino liner in once we started using line x not one single gash or rip you can beat that stuff with a hammer and not hurt it as far as paying xtra if it is for for kevlar to make it shiney I would not because its covered 70% of the time had LX in the bed of my silverado over 2yrs never faded looked good when I traded it so good luck JUST MY 2cent Joe.
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I just ripped out my interior to get this done but have a question before I pick my installer. I'm in agreement that its worth the extra for me to have it done professionally and save my time and possible frustrations for another day.

I have quotes from line-x for $750 + $150 for the "xtra" and from rhino for $550 who will do a rhino shine for free when it starts fading.

Any comments on why line x is worth the extra cash over rhino and if the line x "xtra" is worth it as well would be appreciated. I am ready to start stripping goop tonight and get this done tomorrow.
I don't have any personal experience with the Rhino lining. I have heard that it is more rubbery than Line-X. Line-X is hard and somewhat smooth. Line-X I have heard is better for washing out dirt of the 2.

My dad has had Line-X in a couple of his trucks and it has held up well to some abuse. It hardens like instantly which is nice. I'm not sure if the xtra is worth it to stop the fading?
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I know everyone bedlines and loves it, but I wanted a more clean finish and a little heat barrier, plus I didnt like the idea of sharp edges. Its also difficult to clear bedliner if something liquid spills on it because its so rough. I bought a molded vinyl floor made by ACC from RockAuto.com for about $200 shipped, they have it in several colors but i did black. I did a spray can bed liner first for rust protection, then I removed all the interior and put in the molded vinyl floor. It fit perfectly and it looks awesome. Its incredibly clean looking, and when its dirty, a wet rag cleans it to looking new again. I was very skeptical about it at first, but I am very pleased... It also gives some heat barrier between your feet and the tub. Another bonus is you can run wiring under it so that you dont have exposed wires.
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Spraying my tub....what about the wiring harness?

I have a 2012 Wrangler and purchased Monstaliner to spray the inside tub. Just want some advice about the wiring harness that runs along the side to the rear lights. What do you do with it? Spray over it, put it back where it was after the liner has cured? Just seems like the harness is unprotected. Looking for ideas.

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I have a 2012 Wrangler and purchased Monstaliner to spray the inside tub. Just want some advice about the wiring harness that runs along the side to the rear lights. What do you do with it? Spray over it, put it back where it was after the liner has cured? Just seems like the harness is unprotected. Looking for ideas.

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You have a couple of options. If it is a 4 door especially I would splice the wire and extending it over the roll bar. It's talked about in this thread Spray in Liner - UPOL Raptor Tintable: Deep Water Blue

This is a picture from my write-up U-Pol Raptor Bed Liner in tub - Shots - Notes - Reference Threads

In the 2 door it isn't as big of a tripping hazard. I got some 3/4" wire loom from auto-zone and put it over the wire and the ties. They also have "wire loom" (black ribbed plastic covering) at hardware stores. I think 1/2" might work, but on the driver side the wiper fluid tube (for the hard top) is pretty large. I reused the factory "Push Mount Cable Ties". I have looked at all the auto and hardware stores around me and it seems if you want replacement ones you need to get them from the internet.

I would recommend putting the loom on before re installing the wire. That way you could put little notches to make it close as tight as possible.

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Its also difficult to clear bedliner if something liquid spills on it because its so rough.

What are you referring to? A rag, paper towel, sponge, etc. cleans up any spills with no problems and yes, I own a Line-X'ed vehicle.
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Thanks for the advice on the matter. I decided to go with rhino liner. I preferred doing business with him and couldn't justify spending almost twice as much for a weekend driver that will doubtfully see enough sharp loads. I can lay down my cargo mat for that anyways. I kinda like the idea of the rubber texture over the hard linex as well. Only time will tell if. Saw one pic from the installer and going to pick up tomorrow. I'm excited and will add my new trek armor covers as soon as I get it. Pics to follow.

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