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Old 04-18-2013, 09:00 AM   #1
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Grizzly Grip bed liner

Has anyone used GrizzlyGrip or Durabak bed liner?

I like that there is a good color selection, and a choice of fine or coarse textured coating. I've looked at other brands, but they all seem to be lacking color/texture choice.
I just wanted to see if anyone had used it on their rig, and if so what's the quality/durability like?
I really like the Safari Tan or military green color, with black trim it would look sweet, and all in all it's cheaper and supposedly more durable than regular paint.

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Old 04-18-2013, 12:01 PM   #2
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have u looked at monstaliner they have a lot of colors to choose from

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Old 04-18-2013, 12:12 PM   #3
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have u looked at monstaliner they have a lot of colors to choose from
Yeah, I think I'll be going with either Grizzly or Durabak, as they do a smooth/fine texture which is what I'm looking for on the main part of the tub.
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So what did you decide? Do you like the results?
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I went with grizzly grip in the end, and its amazing. The color, the texture, and so easy to clean....

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Would you recommend it for plastic fender flares, sliders and bumpers? I like the idea of a product that doesn't have too much "grain" in it.
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Yes I would.
the finer texture Is a better option, and definitely easier to work with. Now my Jeep is done I keep looking at what else I can use it on......

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