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Old 10-13-2006
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any reason not to?

Herculine my cab floor?
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wouldnt hurt, but it might smell
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i say go for it
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just thought abought hiding audio wires without carpet. hmmmm....
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there is prolly more than just audio wires. loom it all if you are going to do that.
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it may get sticky and smell in the hot sun.
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do it.. im prolly gunna do the same thing with my B2
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run the wires down the door sill plates. thats what i did, rangers have a neat little grove there, you can fit nice amount of wires there.
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you could spend the money on something else.
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I wouldn't, just get an edge vynl mat...
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well, from personal experiance a herculined floor is pretty nice, especially if you sink your truck... and no it doesn't smell once its fully cured and aired out, and no it doesnt get sticky or tacky or anything when hot. It makes real easy to wash out your truck too, especially with the nasty winters we get here. One piece of advice though, do it when it is hot out, the hotter the better because it will dry much better, herculiner is supposed to be applied in 50 degree plus weather and the warmer out the faster it dries. I did mine when it was about 40-50 degrees and it took like 2 days to actually dry because of how cold it was and how thick i put it on. Here are some pics from when I did mine.





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