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Old 07-26-2011, 10:55 PM
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rustoleum or rhino liner?

Wondering what peoples takes were on these the price difference and quality between the two to coat the inside of my tub and put some plugs in her

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I just did mine this past weekend with herculiner. It was fairly easy. I also bought a can of the spray duplicolor to do the hard to reach places.

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Rustoleum isn't all that durable or scratch resistant. It's okay but you will scratch it up. I did the inside of mine with rockerguard out of a schutz gun because I like how quick and easy it is to do and the nice textured finish it gives.
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cool guys,how much was it?
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It cost me a total of 111.00. I think the liner was only 87
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Recoated my doors and hardtop with the spray... looks amazing. Doing that on small black parts to update them as well, but for interior...might want to go with the roll on or somethng that will lay on thick and not show the scratches. (Worth close to 2 cents..hehe)
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Have you thought about Monstaliner?

It's gotten some pretty good reviews on other threads. I pulled the trigger today and ordered it in black, but there are also other colors available. I decided on using it because it doesn't have that "cut-your-knees" texture like Rhinoliner. More of a smooth orange peel and since I don't have a spray gun, it's roll on. Just for your consideration...

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I used a spray on bed liner which went on easy and seems to be very durable. Was super cheap cost me about $40 to spray the entire inside.
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all wicked helpfull guys,still on the fence about if i need the durability though,i mostly just need it to cover so when she gets wet i dont worry about rust,and something i could drill through for a set of plugs.
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i did mine with herculiner a gallon and had some left over. It was easy to do. I would advise getting some sand paper or something so you can really scuff it up before you put it down. So far its holding up real well. Havent had it but for like 2 months though, but doesnt get tacky or hot at all. It is ruff and feels pretty sharp in places but its bed liner guess its not supposed to be soft. I wish I would have done mine earlier.
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I used herculiner. Came out pretty nice. Love how in the winter, I'll get water in my jeep some how and it'll freeze on my floors but I don't have to worry about it because I know it can't penetrate my bed liner
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Old 07-28-2011, 10:14 AM
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that's a good idea,i think im definitely going with bed liner now. its between herculiner and monstaliner
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Another vote for Monstaliner, I read all I could and bought it for my YJ, getting ready to do my tub, as near as I can tell it is the best one out there, Do not get me wrong many have had great luck with their Herculiner But from everything I read and the people I have spoke with Monstaliner comes out a bit ahead, and as a plus it is UV safe without adding a topcoat
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I just had my 95 Line-X'd. Holy crap did it change how it looked, felt and sounded. Previous owner did the Herc roll on and wasn't consistently the same throughout. It is pricey. My quote was $750 and after talking and asking what I could do to bring the price down it ended up being $680 out the door. That was my prep discount, Fire Dept discount and tax. They kept it 4 days and Maurice (LineX in the west end of Richmond) does great work! They get everything covered. Sides, firewall, roll bar, I mean you want it sprayed, it gets it! It would have been nice to spend 7 bills on a lift and tires but jeep carpet pisses me off. Incredibly, it does not get terribly hot in the sun.
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Jeepmacker,that looks sick but you got it professionally done?
and at the moment it looks like im leaning twords monstaliner, TESmith could you post up some pics of what you did to prep and the end result if you have um?
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Raptor liner. 110 bucks include the spray gun.

You can also brush on.



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@Boston, Thanks! Yea man and after seeing Golden Saharas excellent home job I just got my daughter to kick me in the nuts! NICE WORK MAN! The spray gun is key!
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@goldensahara damn man that looks soo soo nice i think we have a winner,what did ya do for prep??
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and @jeepmacker anytime man,after seeing all these results im wicked glad i posted this thread,would've never seen all the options out there!!
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Monstaliner do-it-yourself roll-on truck bed liner

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‪Create Great Texture With Monstaliner

You can also spray it
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Do not know if any of these will help
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thanks guys,i think im going to go with monstaliner,just going to gather funds and see when the best time to do it is
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monstaliner is good stuff, I just wanted to go with raptor because it was cheaper and a complete kit, the best deal at the time at the time. I have seen good results with both. I am completely happy with mine. prep work was very simple, minimal scraping of the metal surface using steel wool and a wire wheel, I used a shop vac then rubbing alc on everything to clean but you can use the better stuff MEK i think it is called. the edges are the tough part, I suggest pulling any tape you have on it that will be on a visible edge very soon after spraying/bruhsing. I waited a full day and some spots (inside doors on the curved edge, tailgate outside edge) didnt want to peel cleanly. I had to follow up some spots and still have some touch ups to do when I am bored. I have a full can of raptor left for future projects (probably my PS bumper)
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cool man thanks a ton,i may have one issue though,the previous owner re did the drivers floor panel with some type of a putty solution,it works but it isn't smooth and im wondering how badly it'd affect the monstaliner setting,ill post a pic up as soon as i can
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I have the stuff I think your talking about around my rear roll bars. you can either try to remove it, or go over it.
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i might try to see if i can sand it down flat,and then go over it,just so that its a flat surface and itll look better
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I said screw it with mine, it creates too much dust then you have to worry about cleaning all that before you spray and stuff.
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hey guys got the pictures of the floor this morning ,having trouble postin um tho
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