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DIY Bedliner?

Discussion in 'Car Forum' started by boulderado1965, Jun 12, 2006.


  1. boulderado1965

    boulderado1965
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    Recommend me a DIY bedliner for my BOV. Its a 96 Tacoma std cab std bed. I also plan to coat my toolboxes with it also. I would like something both durable and UV resistant. Of course money is a slight issue, or else I would have it done.
     
  2. tomc5179

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    Either Durabak or Herculiner. I did the interior of a CJ5 a few years ago with the durabak. I recently did a Jeep Cherokee with the Herculiner. Both were what I would consider easy to do. I preferred the look of how the Herculiner turned out. However, I preferred the slightly more "rubbery" surface of the durabak. Both are very tough.
     

  3. RaiderCop

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    I buddy of mine coated his El Camino's bed with Herculiner a few years ago. It looked pretty good for a DIY. Obviously it does stand up to a Line-X or Rhino job, but then again you’re saving a ton of money. Make sure you scuff the surface and clean it good prior to applying.