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Old 08-23-2005
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Bed liner

Anyone know where i can get a good spray on bed liner for my ranger work horse, it has to be a tough mother of a bed liner, i only want a do-it-yourself kit as im not into paying $ 300 plus to have it done.All ideas are welcome.
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Herculiner. Bunch of friends have used it for their truck beds and interior floors. Good stuff. Just make sure you put it on thick and get the roll on kind not the spray.
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Thanks

Thanks for the help, ive got the kit and hope to do the job in the next few weeks, i will do a before and after picture.
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cant wait to see the photos
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what are you planning that you need it tough, cuz if you are planning on tossing cinder blocks from a few feet in the bed, the liner will dent along with the metal. for that kind of abuse a drop in is the way to go even if they are ugly
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I use my truck for work, anything from my tools to timber,roof tiles ect ect
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I use my truck for work, anything from my tools to timber,roof tiles ect ect
Then you better take the kit back to where you bought it and get your money back. Then spend what it takes to get a professionally done job. Do a bunch of Google research for: pickup truck bedliners, do it yourself bedliners, and similar phrases. You'll find plenty of info telling you that the DIY versions won't last and won't stand up to a lot of heavy use.
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not to jack the thread, but anyone tried the diy spray-in liner that duplicolor offers?
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