|09-09-2006 01:49 AM|
|upinar||looks awesome. i did mine in black but now that im looking at the tan, i regret doing black. looks really clean and nice. u did a good job|
|08-23-2006 10:42 PM|
|mrbigjeep||its roll on|
|08-23-2006 09:30 PM|
|naterg||Did you spray it on or roll it on?|
|08-23-2006 05:49 PM|
|dusmcbro||wow! impressive. Looks as though it turned out well.|
|08-23-2006 11:37 AM|
|Dark Water||I started to remove it but after thinking about it I opted to mask the console and the area fwd of it. Interestingly enough the bed liner didn't stick to the plastic console where I ran over the tape. This particular product needs a clean but scuffed surface to stick too.|
|08-22-2006 12:06 PM|
|aynneowens||That looks so awesome! Did you have to remove the center console?|
|08-17-2006 03:39 PM|
|whiteyj||Sorry, duplicated my self|
|08-17-2006 11:34 AM|
I haven't noticed a difference in the heat or the noise level.
You can find it @
The folks there are very nice. I used the package for a 4x8 truck bed... $115.00 plus shipping. The total project was less than $200.
|08-17-2006 11:02 AM|
|WranglerHawg||Yeah, i was gonna go with Herculiner, but now i'm thinking about using this product because of the color selection. About how much is the actual product, and where can i get it.|
|08-17-2006 10:47 AM|
|bluvikng||Superbulous (I know, not in dictionary) Job!!!!!! I even like the color combination, you chose. Even looks like you did a great prep job. Hopefully, that will last you a long time. Let us know how it wears. I read the link you provided, and was impressed with this product. Can even do concrete repairs with it. With it's rubbery compound, it should not chip.|
|08-17-2006 10:42 AM|
How does it compare to the carpet in dealing with road noise or heat off the cat?
|08-17-2006 10:41 AM|
You're talking including premium beer right? j/k
hey looks great!
|08-17-2006 10:00 AM|
No, I left the drains open and replaced the rubber stoppers once I was done. I was careful not to get any in the openings for the bolts and screws.
One word of caution with this product, make sure to apply this in a well ventilated area... outside is preferable. I noticed the heavy fumes especially when doing the floor in the front seat area.
|08-17-2006 08:57 AM|
|stainless||Looks nice man. Did you put it over your drain plugs?|
|08-17-2006 08:57 AM|
Start to finish...
Friday night... removed carpet, seats, back seat hardware.
Saturday... swept and vaccumed entire inside of Jeep, scuffed all surfaces to be covered with a scotch pad and a rotory scuff pad attached to cordless drill, cleaned surface with MEK, applied masking (blue) tape and paper, took a short beer break (it was noon somewhere), applied first coat, took a one hour beer break to let first coat dry, aplied second coat, removed masking, took another one hour beer break, reinstalled seats and hardware, took final beer break to admire my handy work and clean up.
Sunday... took the wife for a drive.
|08-17-2006 08:02 AM|
|WranglerHawg||looks real nice|
|08-17-2006 01:22 AM|
|Wr@ngler00||That look freakin badass. How long did it take you do do everything? From start to finish i mean.|
|08-16-2006 10:45 PM|
|mrbigjeep||dude that looks sweet!|
|08-16-2006 10:06 PM|
|Dark Water||Give them a call. They are VERY helpful. You can even talk to the guy who will mix the batch you order. They may make an OD batch for you.|
|08-16-2006 10:02 PM|
Man, I wish someone made an OD green in this type of stuff.....
|08-16-2006 09:58 PM|
Bed Liner Photos
Here is my first modification project to my '99 TJ... Safari Tan bed liner from Grizzly Grip. I think it turned out pretty good for a DIY project. Total project cost was less than $200 including beer!