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    Bedlining a box...

    What's up guys. I am going to be building my box this weekend, and was looking for an alternate way to cover the box. I picked up a quart of Duraliner roll-on bedliner in black. I was wondering if anyone could point me in the right direction to find a how to, or write up on bedlining my box. It's just going to be a simple box built with MDF, but I would like a nice durable finish since I use my tunk alot.
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    Re: Bedlining a box...

    bedliner is worth 3db




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    Re: Bedlining a box...

    haaaaaaaaaa, funny stuff right there ^



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    Re: Bedlining a box...

    Quote Originally Posted by excelerater View Post
    bedliner is worth 3db
    Thanks for the "helpful" post... but isn't it deeeeebeeeezzzzzz?

    Just kidding.

    But I guess basically what I want to know is how to prep the box for the liner... should I just sand with a rough grit sandpaper and then roll it on, or should I use a primer?



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    Re: Bedlining a box...

    I would prime it.




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    Re: Bedlining a box...

    you dont need primer. the MDF will soak in the bedliner a bit just like if you were to paint it. just do a couple coats. ull be alright




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    Re: Bedlining a box...

    Quote Originally Posted by wojo View Post
    you dont need primer. the MDF will soak in the bedliner a bit just like if you were to paint it. just do a couple coats. ull be alright
    Painted MDF looks like **** unless your primed it.
    Idk about bedliner. I would probably prime it just to be safe.




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