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    spray on bedliner

    so i have seen a few boxes done with spray on bedliner, and i like the look of it and am thinking about doing it to my box. where doe you guys get spray on bedliner from? what are some good brands to use?



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    Re: spray on bedliner

    3m stuff is good... I think you can get it at auto parts stores..



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    Re: spray on bedliner

    do they make stuff that comes in a spray can or is it all just come in a paint can and u have to use a paint gun to spray it?



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    Re: spray on bedliner

    they make the stuff in a can... thats what I use.



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    Re: spray on bedliner

    i get the dupli color stuff from oriely. i used 1 can on all 4 15 inch wheels and got1 solid and 1 iffy coat on my box. the box was for an 8 so it was a bit small. i recomend getting some 99c black paint to spray underneath and then sand quick just so you dont use as much of the expensive bedliner.




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    Re: spray on bedliner

    Don't skimp with the walmart spray shit. Go to a real shop that has a bedlining setup. Its a hot coat epoxy process thats at 150 degrees but by time it gets on the surface of the box its cold and there permenantly. I did my entire wall inside and out with the stuff and it will hold water now. Well worth the cost.

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    Re: spray on bedliner

    pic doesnt work

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    im gonna pic up a can at piston ring and see how it works its cheap enough to give it a try anyways



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    Re: spray on bedliner

    Stuff called Raptor Upol Bedliner works great.



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    Re: spray on bedliner

    Quote Originally Posted by snoopdan View Post
    Don't skimp with the walmart spray shit. Go to a real shop that has a bedlining setup. Its a hot coat epoxy process thats at 150 degrees but by time it gets on the surface of the box its cold and there permenantly. I did my entire wall inside and out with the stuff and it will hold water now. Well worth the cost.

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    hey snoop how much did it cost you to have it done, the stuff i bought is alright but it isnt very gritty.



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    Re: spray on bedliner

    Quote Originally Posted by JEEPWJ4.7 View Post
    hey snoop how much did it cost you to have it done, the stuff i bought is alright but it isnt very gritty.
    paid a bedliner shop $50 ....Well worth it, I had that box for about 5 years and not one scratch on it. I threw it around all the time just to see if it would crack/peal and nope, not one bit!




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    Re: spray on bedliner

    Wow that bed liner looks awesome. I'm still trying to decide on my new box finish, and this is definitely on the top of my list now.




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    Re: spray on bedliner

    I've used the roll-on Duplicolor stuff from Wal-Mart...works well, resists chipping and peeling of MDF at the corners/edges.



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    Re: spray on bedliner

    The 3m stuff isn't bad this is two cans and one can of the cheapest flat black they had first(wal-mart) just to stop the bedliner from soaking in so bad.




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