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Old 06-22-2011, 06:09 PM   #1
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Red Herculiner

Has anyone seen red herculiner? Want to protect from rust and repair some damage that is already there. I am worried that the red will be ugly, and the tire scrap in it will rub off. Any one have any ideas or thoughts on the process?

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Old 06-22-2011, 06:18 PM   #2
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When protecting from rust, try pre-treating the rust areas with por15. As far as the color red for bed lining, I have a red rock jeep and I'm not leaning red for lining. I'm leaning black right now.

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If you don't like black, you could go for grey like I will be. I'll be using Chasis Saver and grey Monstaliner.
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If you don't like black, you could go for grey like I will be. I'll be using Chasis Saver and grey Monstaliner.
Hmmm, now you got me thinking. Grey may work for me.

Any information on the difference between Hurculiner and Monstaliner?

I take it you are using Chassis Saver to inhibit the rust as a pre treatment?
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Old 06-23-2011, 09:45 AM   #5
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Hmmm, now you got me thinking. Grey may work for me.

Any information on the difference between Hurculiner and Monstaliner?

I take it you are using Chassis Saver to inhibit the rust as a pre treatment?

Yep now that you mention it, I guess I will be using this product, lmao
Wish I would have asked before ordering. now to send it back and order the right stuff. poo
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Hmmm, now you got me thinking. Grey may work for me.

Any information on the difference between Hurculiner and Monstaliner?

I take it you are using Chassis Saver to inhibit the rust as a pre treatment?

If you go to the Monstaliner website they have very good close-up pics and descriptions. I know that the Monstaliner is not rough like the Herculiner and yet it still has texture. It holds up very well too. There is a link on the site to a you tube video of someone beating it with a hammer. And yes I will be using the Chasis Saver for under the Jeep on the frame and in the tub, with the Monstaliner over it. I just have to pay off a few bills first, lol.
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Oh, and on the site they compare all the products and theirs isn't made with tire scrap.

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