|06-19-2012 08:27 PM|
I HIGHLY recommend Al's liner. Spray in or roll in. All the al's products are top notch. The spray gun is great! The scuff cub to prep makes the prepping over in about an hour! And the liner its self is tuff as nails!!!!
Hot as all get out today and liner just felt like plastic no mushy tacky crap you get with some other products. Looks awesome and will last a looooong time!
BUT REMEMBER 80% is IN THE PREP
|06-19-2012 07:39 PM|
|mattp04280||Just posted my pics in a previous post. I did mine this weekend with monstaliner came out great and would highly reccomend|
|06-19-2012 07:16 PM|
|Her_YJ||I used dupli color on the inside of my YJ. I do not recommend it. It never gets unsticky! And it peels entirely too much.|
|07-11-2011 12:48 PM|
|Abnmarine||Raptor liner kit. See my recent post called Spraying the tub tomorrow.|
|07-11-2011 12:29 PM|
im kinda late on this thread, but i just want to give me .02.... i used herculiner too, i did a bunch of research and i went with herculiner because it has a more slip-resistant texture to it. Although monstaliner is a lot more smooth and feels better barefoot, like what osu50sprinter said, but in my case, i drive in the snow a lot and without carpets, i need to make sure my pasengers dont slip and fall... ouch! lol but basically if you NEED it to be VERY slip-resistant, go with herculiner, if you want to do it strictly for looks and somewhat comfort, use monstaliner.
Ultimate best thing to do is to Rhino-line it... but it might cost you up to a G to do that =/
|07-07-2011 01:01 PM|
|GrassKicker||Check in your area and see if there is a "Armadillo Liner" dealer nearby. I had mine done for 1/2 price of LineX or Rhinoliner.|
|07-07-2011 12:57 PM|
|osu50sprinter||I went with Monstaliner....it doesnt have the rubber chunks in it so its a smoother feel on the bare feet.....its not slippery when wet and has held up awesome....they also do colors now too!!|
|07-07-2011 11:32 AM|
|Rubicon2||Thanks! Bought the kit from my local Carquest for around $120. Bought the Xylene for prepping the paint after sanding it at my local paint store for $10.00.|
|07-07-2011 11:22 AM|
|shawndabrookebays||That looks great! Around how much did you spend on the kit? Where did you get the kit from?|
|07-07-2011 11:18 AM|
But op. Use the search function, there's plenty of awesome write-ups on DIY bedliner done on our jeeps
|07-07-2011 11:15 AM|
|Rubicon2||I just did this to my Jeep over the weekend. I used the Herculiner kit and I am happy with the outcome.|
|07-07-2011 11:06 AM|
Need help with lining advice.
I need some help or ideas on what type of liner would be the best to use on the inside of my jeep and my fender flares. Any help at all would be much appreciated.