I used the duplicolor bed liner... I liked it. I used the spray on, took nearly 4 cans do just the pan, not the side walls. It hardened to a nice finish, very tough, only advise I can give if you go with duplicolor, peel your tape before it sets, and sand all the way up to the tape line before you spray...
I didn't care for herculiner, the granules weren't consistent and it didn't spread evenly, had to re-scuff and then re-apply..
I read that the rino-liner adds something like 200lbs to your jeep...
Good luck in whatever you choose...
I did Herculiner on my old XJ - as long as you prep the areas good it should adhere with no problems, and make sure you throughly stir up the can before applying. I don't plan on ever bedlining an interior again though, cause cleaning is more of a pain, since all the dirt/mud/whatever likes to stick to the liner material.
I use and recommend Durabak coatings they are super durable and come in a more then 15 colors, and they also have smooth coating if you don't want that rough feeling inside your tub. It's the same coating that the Military uses check them out at durabakcompany.com.
A mission once given to me becomes sacred, I will accomplish my mission by all means to any end.
95 YJ 95 LT1-700R4-231 SYE-5" CSC-locked 9" rear Moser axles Currie disc brakes -D30 with TrueTrac-33x12.5-15 Dura-Tracs on ION 138's-Warn HS9500 with cradle
I just did Herculiner in my TJ. I love it! It's really tough, and it looks pretty cool, really rugged! Though, it is impossible to make the granules be perfectly consistently spread out, but it still looks good. Also, because of the rubber granules, it has excellent grip. I have a couple of metal tool boxes in the back which used to slide all over the carpet, and now they don't move a bit, even if I take corners quick, or stop suddenly.
Drive it like you rented it, not like you stole it. Cus if you stole it, you'd be driving 5 mph below the speed limit and using your turn signals.