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07-15-2013 06:13 PM
OBWan When you guys are lining the underside or bumpers and such what are you doing to clean the area first. I have some rust and existing paint on the items i want to line..
07-14-2013 02:04 PM
ChaddG I think the real question is, where hasn't someone used bed-liner. Rustoleum is the best cheap liner. duplicolor for me got all splotchy and faded in less than a month.

Hinges, underside, mirrors, grille, bumpers,
07-14-2013 01:44 PM
Murrow0607 In the process as we speak. Fenders and the flares along with the grille.
07-14-2013 01:33 PM
gbendezu well I have the kick panels instead of upper sound pods or sound bar, I was thinking maybe fab up wire channels (kinda like the ones you would use for a wall mount tv set up) out of fiberglass with tabs on the side to screw it down to the tub?
07-14-2013 09:34 AM
BLK00TJ
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Originally Posted by gbendezu View Post
hey guys i'll be bed lining the tub with monstaliner in a week or two and I need some help with the cables. the PO put a small yet decent alpine amp under the rear seats and I plan on riding without a rear seat (that space belongs to my bulldog) i'll be relocating the amp to under the passenger seat but I still need to know how to tuck all the wiring. any advice and pics would be GREAT!
Try routing them under the console. You'll want to grind down a little bit of an edge where the wires will be coming out from under it so they don't get worn down.
07-14-2013 09:31 AM
Tiburon I just bed lined my fender flares and they certainly look better than the splotchy faded gray that 7 years of sun had turned them into.
07-14-2013 03:29 AM
gbendezu hey guys i'll be bed lining the tub with monstaliner in a week or two and I need some help with the cables. the PO put a small yet decent alpine amp under the rear seats and I plan on riding without a rear seat (that space belongs to my bulldog) i'll be relocating the amp to under the passenger seat but I still need to know how to tuck all the wiring. any advice and pics would be GREAT!
04-17-2013 10:21 AM
seasidejeep Just the tub...
04-17-2013 09:55 AM
Jaxon1023 I did my rims, flares, sliders, grill, front of hood, fender fronts, headlight bezels, rear bumper







04-17-2013 08:41 AM
Murrow0607 Has anyone done their whole fender and grill.
04-11-2013 09:24 PM
Highvan How well does this work on chrome or aluminum ? I'd like to do my rims and grill
03-28-2013 04:08 PM
RevCo666
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Originally Posted by DetroitRodeo View Post
You might be able to use the spray Bediner on your rims without taking them off. Just use the playing card trick (tuck playing cards all the way around the rim to protect the tire, then spray)
Yeah, I seen that trick used for plasti-dip, but if it comes out bad then I have worse problems on my hands as most liners dont come off easy. Something to think about, still snow on the ground here so I'm in no rush but damn having black canyon rims would definately be sharp looking on my rims without the hassle of buying new ones.
03-28-2013 03:13 PM
DetroitRodeo
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Originally Posted by RevCo666 View Post
Anyone use a liner on there differential covers? I plan on doing some coats under the jeep on areas where its needed to protect against rust this spring. Prolly do the stock bumper as well just to bring back that black look vs the faded with time look. Tho I want to do all my canyon rims but taking the time to remove them all off the jeep seems like more work then worth or is it?. I know others have used that plasti-dip on the rims without taking the time off the jeep but I don't think you can do that with liners unless someone has done so...??
You might be able to use the spray Bediner on your rims without taking them off. Just use the playing card trick (tuck playing cards all the way around the rim to protect the tire, then spray)
03-28-2013 12:05 AM
RevCo666 Anyone use a liner on there differential covers? I plan on doing some coats under the jeep on areas where its needed to protect against rust this spring. Prolly do the stock bumper as well just to bring back that black look vs the faded with time look. Tho I want to do all my canyon rims but taking the time to remove them all off the jeep seems like more work then worth or is it?. I know others have used that plasti-dip on the rims without taking the time off the jeep but I don't think you can do that with liners unless someone has done so...??
03-27-2013 10:55 PM
MLaborde
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Originally Posted by BigDaddyAt View Post
All I did to my bumpers, flares, and steps was clean them with decreasing dish soap, and rinse them well after. So far no issues in any areas...
WOW! Looks great!!!
03-26-2013 02:38 PM
Steelman I did the interior over a long weekend a few years back using Herculiner, and used the Duplicolor on the grill about 4 years ago. Both are holding up well.
Need to use that Duplicor on the front bumper now.

03-26-2013 01:04 PM
BigDaddyAt
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Originally Posted by DetroitRodeo View Post
Hope that helps!


Never would have even considered it, but now I really want to get it done...the outside anyway. I'll bet they could paint the Jeep logo and 4.0L areas with the color and no texture before doing the entire thing (or one could color match and do so themselves beforehand), since those areas are raised up. Then the decals would be easily placed there. The hood decals you're pretty much stuck with what you did IMO, but I don't have those to worry about anyway. Great stuff!
03-26-2013 11:31 AM
DetroitRodeo
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Originally Posted by BigDaddyAt View Post

That is bada$$ looking. I may seriously consider this when my paint gets a little more worn out. I like the texture contrast between the body and the rattlecan stuff on the accents. So you had a shop do the exterior? Mind sharing what they charged you? Any issues with overheating with the bedliner on the hood (I've heard this brought up before, as I was thinking of doing the inside of mine)? How is it to clean? Does it wash up OK after a day of mud?
Yep, it was done by a local LineX shop. Charged $1,800 out the door for the interior tub and the exterior. I had to strip everything my self first though. No issues overheating at all, I read that too, but soon discovered it was by folks who never even had it done. Think about it...how much does a metal hood let heat escape anyway? Been running it on the highway and off road, no issues at all. The temp never moves higher than it did prior to the linex. Cleaning is easier (My opinion of course). I use a handled brush and just go over the entire thing with soap and water, no worries about scratching paint. As for drying, just dab it up a bit (the towel won't "slide" over the surface like flat paint)...your not going to see water spots anyway. I've actually washed it last week and never even dried anything but the windows and fenders...looked good....so I guess you could say it saves time when compared to washing a painted vehicle! Hope that helps!
03-26-2013 11:26 AM
fourty4magjr Door handles bumper fenders and fender flairs and the grill.
03-26-2013 11:25 AM
DetroitRodeo
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Originally Posted by GoldenEagle View Post
Detroit, Thats is a sick looking jeep. I like that exterior a lot. little jealous. I noticed you didnt put the "jeep" logo back on by the door? any reason? Was it tough to put your rubicon stickers on with all the texture?

Once again, that is really nice looking.
You hit the nail on the head, the rubicon stickers were a PITA. They are clear coated into my jeep now. I would do it again though, just don't expect to stick something on there and not have to work at it a bit.
03-26-2013 11:00 AM
BigDaddyAt
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Originally Posted by DetroitRodeo View Post
The interior and exterior. LineXed because it has a lifetime warranty, the texture is what i wanted, its arguably the toughest bedliner out there, and didn't trust myself to do the Exterior. The fenders, bumpers, rock sliders, mirrors, interior door panels, dash, and middle counsel is the cheap rustoleum spray on I did myself.
That is bada$$ looking. I may seriously consider this when my paint gets a little more worn out. I like the texture contrast between the body and the rattlecan stuff on the accents. So you had a shop do the exterior? Mind sharing what they charged you? Any issues with overheating with the bedliner on the hood (I've heard this brought up before, as I was thinking of doing the inside of mine)? How is it to clean? Does it wash up OK after a day of mud?
03-26-2013 10:56 AM
GoldenEagle Detroit, Thats is a sick looking jeep. I like that exterior a lot. little jealous. I noticed you didnt put the "jeep" logo back on by the door? any reason? Was it tough to put your rubicon stickers on with all the texture?

Once again, that is really nice looking.
03-25-2013 08:05 AM
DetroitRodeo The interior and exterior. LineXed because it has a lifetime warranty, the texture is what i wanted, its arguably the toughest bedliner out there, and didn't trust myself to do the Exterior. The fenders, bumpers, rock sliders, mirrors, interior door panels, dash, and middle counsel is the cheap rustoleum spray on I did myself.
03-25-2013 07:31 AM
BigDaddyAt
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Originally Posted by ilovetojeep View Post
Oh also is it absolutely necessary to use primer?
All I did to my bumpers, flares, and steps was clean them with decreasing dish soap, and rinse them well after. So far no issues in any areas...
03-23-2013 04:42 AM
andrew127 I paint as much as possible with bed liner haha. Complete interior, bumpers, rock rails, rims(steelies), scuff line around the bottom of the body, headlight bezels. Ive had great success with Plasticote Bed Liner in the spray can for small jobs, really nice trigger, not like a typical spray bomb, and a smaller texture as well, almost like skateboard grip tape. So far its held up really well on both the bumpers through the Canadian winter, and the interior with my two Basset Hounds climbing in and out.
03-23-2013 04:40 AM
ilovetojeep Oh also is it absolutely necessary to use primer?
03-23-2013 02:33 AM
ilovetojeep I'll be doing my fender flares, front/back bumper and possibly my rims. Ill post before and afters as soon as the weather allows me to do anything. Has anyone done their rims with the rustoleum bed liner?
03-16-2013 01:30 PM
BLK00TJ I used Rustoleum on flares, mirrors, sliders, bumpers, door handles, headlight bezels, driving light covers, windshield wiper arms, ... I think that's all.

Oh, and the whole interior with Monstaliner.

03-16-2013 01:08 PM
kpla51 Oh and rims haha I love bed liner
03-16-2013 01:07 PM
kpla51 Attachment 223337

Did my whole from fender and grill fender flares and the tub is rhino lined
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