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Old 02-02-2011, 10:15 PM
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herculiner the entire truck??

i have a 96 dually ext cab 4x4 auto that has some cab damage and a handful of scratches... i do not think it is work spending the money on a nice paint job....so why not bed line the entire thing?? i know it would fade eventually...but it would help with protecting from rust and also scratches.

let me know what you think.... I'm thinking pretty hard about this one.



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i myself would not do it. i would do the bottom body line and the under side of the body at most
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Haha, Im definately NOT a fan, but there are people who have done it. Take a look at this thread
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If you did, again i wouldnt advise it, I would have it done professionally or you may end up with a big mess on your hands. But hwatever floats your boat, I prefer nice two tones.
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Re: herculiner the entire truck??

hmmm something to think about.... has anyone painted their truck with the kits they sell?? i dont want to have to pay a bunch of bones to get mine painted in the only thing.

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Haha, Im definately NOT a fan, but there are people who have done it. Take a look at this thread
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If you did, again i wouldnt advise it, I would have it done professionally or you may end up with a big mess on your hands. But hwatever floats your boat, I prefer nice two tones.
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i dont like it. but do you know what size lift/wheels/tires he has?
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Old 02-02-2011, 11:11 PM
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hmmm something to think about.... has anyone painted their truck with the kits they sell?? i dont want to have to pay a bunch of bones to get mine painted in the only thing.

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if you can do all the work yourself its really not that bad. im going to paint mine myself and my materials will be mostly just sand paper, primer and paint. its time consuming as all hell but its worth the effort
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what paint are you going to use (brand name) ??
I havent done any major gun painting before but i have a buddy that has.
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i am going to ford to get the paint from them. i am going with the factory obs metallic blue. i was going to go red but red is a hot color for cops around here and just dont care for the attention
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the blue look awesome too.... yeah the cops are always wanting to stop and talk to everyone around here lol
especially the crowd with tall loud smokey trucks
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Had a friend that did his Suburban with red herc, his was to cover and protect as it was a hunting truck. Works well but seems to encorage rust in his opinion.
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yeah, im not going rediculous big with my truck. 4 inch lift so i can still use it for work and tow a gooseneck and its gonna be built but im going to try to keep smoke to a minimum. all that kinda stuff draws bad attention.
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Re: herculiner the entire truck??

Im only going with the 2.5 lift... just for a beefy looking stance and a slight taller tire

Need my truck for work....plus i have friends for a reason lol use their trucks to have "fun" in...that way mine is safe and still in one piece.


And why does he think it encourages the rust??

Im not worried about rust around here anyway....not an issue


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And why does he think it encourages the rust??

Im not worried about rust around here anyway....not an issue


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The guy that sprayed it was talking about breathing. I guess at some minute molecular level paint breaths, the rubber in the liner restricts it.

Opinion, I don't know either way and wouldn't be afraid to try although... 10 years later the liner is the only thing holding the panels on.
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hmmm...never thought about that.

maybe I will just pain instead and keep the liner in the bed

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hmmm...never thought about that.

maybe I will just pain instead and keep the liner in the bed

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Like I said its an opinion, but know this also. Ive NEVER had a sub that didn't rust, and he used this thing mercilessly. Equipt w/a ZZ502 mercilessly!
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Just paint the thing...
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DON'T DO IT. All I do every day is spray bed liners and rockers. And believe me it helps the out side but they always rust from the inside out
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If you did it right and sanded down the whole truck and lined each piece individually then it could possibly be good. If you just throw it on there it will look like crap and you will have probably ruined your truck.
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Walmart has some in a rattle can. I put it on the rocker panels it does a good job. Personally I wouldn't do the whole truck unless it was a baja machine or something.
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If you don't care what it looks like, Buy some flat black rattle can and paint the truck. At least then it wouldn't look like absolute horse chit...
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If you did it right and sanded down the whole truck and lined each piece individually then it could possibly be good. If you just throw it on there it will look like crap and you will have probably ruined your truck.
, Not sure i agree with Swamp-Ratt. Painting and/or undercoating is NOT easy at all. You have to put in extensive hours preping the truck for either one, and it's easy to get impatient and cut corners. Then to PROPERLY lay down undercoating you need the proper spaying equipment and experience, or you will end up with a DISASTER on you hands. With paint, you need nice guns, a slick compressor, a dewatering system after the compressor, proper climate, and EXPERIENCE or else youll end up with a terrible, orange peel, good from far but FAR from good, paint job. If you want a nice rig, get it done well by someone who knows what they are doing, unless you paint vehicles for living. Just my .02
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That liner truck looks awesome!
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don't do it looks like crap IMO
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Wouldn't do the Herc. It fades after a while.
If you've got a couple weekends, and $100+/- you can make your truck look pretty good with minimal effort:
moparts: paint job on a budget!?

That is a long-ass thread. Take a weekend and check it out. All the info is there.

All these cars/trucks were painted in the same fashion:


















My favorite.





I used the same technique to paint my beater bronco as well about 5 years ago:




Minus some dust, the paint still looks the same as it did the weekend I applied it.

Mine isnt a great example of how good things can look. I didn't sand very much, nor did I do the final wet sand / buff. I had beer that wasn't gonna drink itself, so I had more important things to worry about.



If you want to do something on the cheap, I'd do this a 100 times over before I herculined the exterior of ANY vehicle.


Just something to think about....
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I Reflex-lined the entire tub on my CJ7 and I love it. I beat the $h!t out of it and it still looks good! Best part about the liner is if you go to walmart and buy the .90 cans of spray paint you can spray it for touch-ups. Blends right in! Just my .02, however I doubt the next owner will appreciate having to remove it all to re-paint it



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Wouldn't do the Herc. It fades after a while.
If you've got a couple weekends, and $100+/- you can make your truck look pretty good with minimal effort:
moparts: paint job on a budget!?

That is a long-ass thread. Take a weekend and check it out. All the info is there.

All these cars/trucks were painted in the same fashion:


















My favorite.





I used the same technique to paint my beater bronco as well about 5 years ago:




Minus some dust, the paint still looks the same as it did the weekend I applied it.

Mine isnt a great example of how good things can look. I didn't sand very much, nor did I do the final wet sand / buff. I had beer that wasn't gonna drink itself, so I had more important things to worry about.



If you want to do something on the cheap, I'd do this a 100 times over before I herculined the exterior of ANY vehicle.


Just something to think about....
Nice info i ahve a 96 chevy cavalier z24 i might try this on!
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not only would it fade out. but it would weigh a lot. i know someone who did it to a small car and it added almost 800 lbs
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Yea right it might add weight but 800lbs come on man!
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yeah...800 lbs??? he must have sprayed 130 coats then and the truck was as wide as a building...lol


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How can it add any more weight than the weight of the cans you spray on it??!! I mean, I used a good bit but if i'd have bought 800lbs of liner, I'd probably need a semi to bring it all home!
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What kind of cab damage do you have?
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i had an 89 toyota 4 runner in high school and i painted the entire thing with the spray on bedliner and it turned out well it was no show stopper but it stopped the rust and held up pretty well and i just used the cheap chit from advance auto i believe
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Nice info i ahve a 96 chevy cavalier z24 i might try this on!
If you're a little scared/worried about what it'll look like, go grab the cheapest door, fender, etc from the wrecking yard(one that is fairly straight)and practice on it. You can buy the small cans of paint for under $10 from Lowes, Home Depot, etc.

Like any paint job, it's only going to look as good as the prep work. If you do a half-ass job, it's going to show.

The whole process isn't very involved. If a person takes their time, there is no reason it shouldn't turn out great.

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ahh man...the cab damage is brutal....

it looks like someone took a freakin back hoe to the top of my truck.
Im not sure what happend to it...happend to the original owner (i was told) and im the third. The corners of the cab up by the rear window are all crunched in too. I took a jack from the inside when i got the truck and now it looks a little better. I dont think it was rolled...wouldnt the cab be pretty crunched....to where i couldnt open doors...or even sit in it lol.


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i will have to see if i can get a picture of it soon


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no paint's gonna flatten wrinkled fenders... kinda like them fat girls sportin those slim suits

I'd like to see a bed liner truck-- Thing from the fantastic four! lol
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If you're a little scared/worried about what it'll look like, go grab the cheapest door, fender, etc from the wrecking yard(one that is fairly straight)and practice on it. You can buy the small cans of paint for under $10 from Lowes, Home Depot, etc.

Like any paint job, it's only going to look as good as the prep work. If you do a half-ass job, it's going to show.

The whole process isn't very involved. If a person takes their time, there is no reason it shouldn't turn out great.

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What kind of paint would i want i am a little confused on that part i am just gona do it black and red or just red.
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i am going to ford to get the paint from them..
You are kidding, right?

Ford does NOT sell paint, unless you are taking about the 2oz touch up bottles.

you have to go to a PAINT store.

to the OP. if your roof is that F'd up, unless you put 1" of bedliner it will not cover it up. And i dont know why you car about the roof, who sees the roof?

And if you want a cheap paint job that would look 100 times better than bedliner go talk to MACCO. they will shoot your whole truck for under 500
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What kind of paint would i want i am a little confused on that part i am just gona do it black and red or just red.
Good ol' RustOleum Professional grade. http://www.rustoleum.com/CBGProduct.asp?pid=130

In that thread I posted there are references to "tremclad" and from what I gather it is just the Canadian equivalent.

When I first found that thread the people that were trying it said that the paint had to be the gloss version of whatever color they were trying and that the flat colors wouldn't work. I just stuck with that and did gloss black. After a while, people started try out the flat colors as well, with great results. That flat black mustang I posted looks awesome IMO. If I was going to try flat colors I would have to go back and read to see if anything was changed in the procedure. Otherwise, applying the gloss colors is super easy.

If a person was to take the time to prep(get everything straight, sand, etc) the actual paint job is goes fairly fast.

OBS Fenders, doors and other sh!t are a dime a dozen at the pick-n-Pull / Pull-a-Part type yards. Get some straight(er) stuff, knock this out in a 3 day weekend and don't look back.

The process got so much attention over the web a few years back that Hotrod magazine took notice: A 1962 Ford Falcon Recieve A Budget Paint Job - Hot Rod Magazine
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not only would it fade out. but it would weigh a lot. i know someone who did it to a small car and it added almost 800 lbs
No it didn't. That is a complete lie.

The shipping weight for 1 gallon(which will cover a 6' bed)is 10.6 lbs. The kit comes with brushes/rollers and I think some green scrubbies IIRC. If you take that out of the equation lets say it weighs 10 lbs to make it easy.

-1 gallon has 60 sq/ft of coverage or 2 coats for a 6' bed.

-I used close to 2 gallons to do the entire interior of my bronco(with the exception of my under headliner and behind the dash). So lets say that was 120 sq/ft(it wasn't, but let's keep things easy).

-I would guesstimate that it would take 3(maybe 4 to be on the safe side)gallons to do the exterior of a cc/lb truck. Lets even go as high as 5(remember that it's got 60 sq/ft of coverage).

-That means that your friend has a small car that is roughly 4800 sq/feet(2400 if they were to do 2 coats)or that if the car took somewhere in the neighborhood of 2.5 gallons for 2 full coats that he/she repeated those 2 full coats per 2.5 gallons a total of 32 times.
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Good ol' RustOleum Professional grade. http://www.rustoleum.com/CBGProduct.asp?pid=130

In that thread I posted there are references to "tremclad" and from what I gather it is just the Canadian equivalent.

When I first found that thread the people that were trying it said that the paint had to be the gloss version of whatever color they were trying and that the flat colors wouldn't work. I just stuck with that and did gloss black. After a while, people started try out the flat colors as well, with great results. That flat black mustang I posted looks awesome IMO. If I was going to try flat colors I would have to go back and read to see if anything was changed in the procedure. Otherwise, applying the gloss colors is super easy.

If a person was to take the time to prep(get everything straight, sand, etc) the actual paint job is goes fairly fast.

OBS Fenders, doors and other sh!t are a dime a dozen at the pick-n-Pull / Pull-a-Part type yards. Get some straight(er) stuff, knock this out in a 3 day weekend and don't look back.

The process got so much attention over the web a few years back that Hotrod magazine took notice: A 1962 Ford Falcon Recieve A Budget Paint Job - Hot Rod Magazine
Thanks for the help this spring i am def going to try this. I paint quite a bit with a roller on my job and i have bedlinerd lats of parts and boats so hopfully this will go smooth for me!
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No it didn't. That is a complete lie.

The shipping weight for 1 gallon(which will cover a 6' bed)is 10.6 lbs. The kit comes with brushes/rollers and I think some green scrubbies IIRC. If you take that out of the equation lets say it weighs 10 lbs to make it easy.

-1 gallon has 60 sq/ft of coverage or 2 coats for a 6' bed.

-I used close to 2 gallons to do the entire interior of my bronco(with the exception of my under headliner and behind the dash). So lets say that was 120 sq/ft(it wasn't, but let's keep things easy).

-I would guesstimate that it would take 3(maybe 4 to be on the safe side)gallons to do the exterior of a cc/lb truck. Lets even go as high as 5(remember that it's got 60 sq/ft of coverage).

-That means that your friend has a small car that is roughly 4800 sq/feet(2400 if they were to do 2 coats)or that if the car took somewhere in the neighborhood of 2.5 gallons for 2 full coats that he/she repeated those 2 full coats per 2.5 gallons a total of 32 times.
Yea i got a kick out of that 800lbs... Wonder if he will even respond back?
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Thanks for the help this spring i am def going to try this. I paint quite a bit with a roller on my job and i have bedlinerd lats of parts and boats so hopfully this will go smooth for me!
No problem.

Just make sure you follow the directions in that thread and the results will depend on how much time you decided to spend on it.

People will think you're crazy for using a roller but if you use the specific rollers/paint they talk about there won't be any lines or transitions. The paint levels really well and the rollers help by having no , so it will end up looking very nice provided you take the time to prep it correctly.

An untrained eye won't be able to tell the difference. Ask on of your now-jealous buddies to guess how you painted it when you're done and I go out on a limb and guess none of them will ever think you applied it with a roller over a weekend.



Here's the basic premise borrowed from that thread on moparts for those who are too lazy to click the link:

"here's how i painted my car for about $50, it's actually very easy and the results are amazing. First off, get a can of tremclad real orange (or what ever color u want) in the can, not spray, yes tremclad, it is a acrylic/enamel paint which is very durable. next prep your car as if was any other paint job, fix all the rust, ect....no need to prime the car since the tremclad allready contains elements which allow it to be painted over bare metal. next, after prepping the car get a small 4" professional FOAM rollers, it's tiny and has one end rounded off, and the other cut straight, and is a very high density foam. u also need a jug of mineral spirits to thin the paint. The thing i really like about this is that there's no mess, no tapeing the whole car, just key areas, and u can do it in your garage, since your not spraying there is virtually no dust in the air, just clean your garage first, also it does'nt really smell at all, dries overnight and it super tough paint. also it you decide to paint the car professionally later, just prep and paint, there's no need to strip the tremclad. i have done this to a few cars, and i can say it works amazing, u just have to be paitient. next u thin the paint with mineral spirits so it just about as thin as water, a little thicker. get out the roller and paint away, don't get the paint shaked when u buy it, enamel is stirred, otherwise you'll have bubbles in the paint for a week!!! after u do 2 coats, wet sand the whole car, then repeat, 2 coats, wetsand, 2 coats wetsand. i painted the charger using a can since your not spraying the car u use all the paint and not spray 50% in the air, use progressivly finer sand paper each time. it's not really that much work, cause u can stop and start any time, u can do just a door, or the hood, ect. do one panel at a time, and don't stop once you start. once your done the final coat, wetsand with about 1000 grit to a totally smooth finish, and then using a high speed polisher i use a buffing bonnet and turtle wax polishing compound. do the whole car with this, and i'm telling u, depending on the amount of time and paitence you have, the results are amazing. laugh if you want, but for $50 ($30 for paint, about $20 for rollers, sand paper, ect...) it really looks good. also you can do these steps overnight, paint one evening and by morning u can wet sand. i have personally done alot of painting, mostly single stage acrylic enamel, and i've sprayed several cars in my garage with really good professional results, just it stinks, it's a real pain to do, easy to make a mistake, messy, and expensive. The tremclad is awesome paint, the "real orange" is an amazing hemi orange, and almost looks like it has some perl in the sun, awesome color right out of the can. I used this technique on my 1974 beetle also, here are the results:
http://i32.photobucket.com/albums/d1.../Picture10.jpg
the car before:
http://i32.photobucket.com/albums/d1...n/IM000475.jpg
another after pic:
http://i32.photobucket.com/albums/d1...n/DSC00164.jpg
here is a car i sprayed (71 beetle, midnight blue metalic):
http://i32.photobucket.com/albums/d1...n/DSC00194.jpg
here is the car before (71 beetle):
http://i32.photobucket.com/albums/d1...n/Picture1.jpg

here's a few pics of the charger done:
http://i32.photobucket.com/albums/d1...n/DSC02764.jpg
http://i32.photobucket.com/albums/d1...n/DSC02769.jpg

well that's my 2 cents worth, sorry for the long post. i was borred lol
i painted the orange beetle in 1999, and it still looks like the day i painted it, the 71 blue beetle i painted in 2000, and built the car for my dad, i used the same paint on my charger, maybe one day i'll spring for a good paint job, prepping is 90% of the work, stripping the car, sanding, ect.....painting is overrated!!!
So if you have TIME, then i'd say go for it, the worst that could happen is that it does'nt turn out and your out $50, but if your paitient, and expriement with lets say just the trunk pannel and if you like it do the whole car, if not just get it done by someone else for $4000. i don't know about you guys, but i would rather spend the $4000 on other parts like getting the mechanics sorted out and new chrome, cause when u have really nice paint and crappy bumpers, door handles it just sticks out more."


Everytime tremclad is mentioned, substitute that for RustOleum. The little details like why to use 100% mineral spirits and the correct mineral spirits-to-paint mix ratios are all in that thread.
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Still cant believe someone RUINED a charger with that paint
Ruined is the eye of the beholder. If you didn't know how it was applied would the average person be able tell the difference? I'm thinking the owner gets a lot more compliments than he does people like you that say he "ruined" it.
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Still cant believe someone RUINED a charger with that paint
Ruined it if it looks as good in the pics as in real life i am sure there is no way you could ever tell... Besides wet sanding and buffing can do alot on any paintjob!
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Ruined is the eye of the beholder. If you didn't know how it was applied would the average person be able tell the difference? I'm thinking the owner gets a lot more compliments than he does people like you that say he "ruined" it.

Guess you are right about in the eye of the beholder but
The "AVERAGE" person cant tell a rolled on rustolium paint job, but it is still ruined.

I worked at a body shop so I can tell the difference.
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I might try this on my truck to see how it turns out before i get it painted. Will have to wait for it to warm up first.
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Guess you are right about in the eye of the beholder but
The "AVERAGE" person cant tell a rolled on rustolium paint job, but it is still ruined.

I worked at a body shop so I can tell the difference.
Neat for you but "ruined" seems to be a pretty bold claim. Looking at the definition of the word the terms "destroy completely; damage irreparably" come up quite a bit.

That would mean that the car now has less value then when he started since it is now completely destroyed or damaged irreparably.

Do you really think that is true? If so, I would question the body shop you worked at because in the end it's just paint. It can all be sanded down and treated to a professional job from a more reputable place if the person desires.
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I still stand by ruined
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I still stand by ruined
That's fine. The opinion is yours alone.

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You go ahead and stay in your universe where you believe the car is completely destroyed or damaged irreparably and everyone else who disagrees with you can get this thread back on track.
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Macco sucks around here anyway... and Brad, I dont care what the top of my truck looks like.... and I wasnt going to bedline it to hide anything really....just thought it would look kind of cool.

And mankole....who said my fenders were wrinkled lol

Anyway...maaco is not an option...and bedliner is sounding more less of an option. Good thing i know a few paint guys i guess.

My dad has our 67 mustang in the garage and it has this very nice dark blue/black color that was a factory paint color that i might do my truck in....verry nice looking color.
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If I had the money I would have my truck taken apart and rino lined on both sides of everything. I am thinking about just getting the bottom done someday if I get alot of rock chips,
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he did three coats of roll on hurculiner
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Which totals about 6 gallons of liner and about 10 lbs per WET gallon so that makes 60lbs, not 800 pull your head out of your ass, then post
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he did three coats of roll on hurculiner
Doesn't matter.

I already did the math for you. Even if it's a little off, it's still close.
Either you or him is a liar.
Just stop. Nobody believes your story.
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Maybe his buddy weighs 740lbs???? Or that is how much the $hit he is slinging weighs?
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how would herculining a truck STOP the rust. I keep seeing this posted...... You just dont see it falling apart
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Maybe his buddy weighs 740lbs???? Or that is how much the he is slinging weighs?
Yeah, I think you're right about that.


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how would herculining a truck STOP the rust. I keep seeing this posted...... You just dont see it falling apart

I'm not sure how it would stop it from rusting. That doesn't make any sense.
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Bed liner is just gona cover up the rust...
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I'm not sure how it would stop it from rusting. That doesn't make any sense.
my point exactly. Your truck is still rusting underneath.

I dont know why people line their bumpers, and all this crap with this stuff. It is NO MORE DURABLE. Jeep guys line the outside of all kinds of bumpers rockers whatever with it. Drag the body panel against a rock and it sheds right off like paint. no difference.
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my point exactly. Your truck is still rusting underneath.

I dont know why people line their bumpers, and all this crap with this stuff. It is NO MORE DURABLE. Jeep guys line the outside of all kinds of bumpers rockers whatever with it. Drag the body panel against a rock and it sheds right off like paint. no difference.
Its a lot easier to touch up when you scratch it, it hides small damage, its cheaper then paint, and it gives the vehicle a tougher look. Thats why.
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I might try this on my truck to see how it turns out before i get it painted. Will have to wait for it to warm up first.
I like this idea. How durable is the paint job? I'll do my obs black if its worth it.
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I dont know why people line their bumpers, and all this crap with this stuff. It is NO MORE DURABLE. Jeep guys line the outside of all kinds of bumpers rockers whatever with it. Drag the body panel against a rock and it sheds right off like paint. no difference.
Really?

Since this threads been brought back to life i'll say this - If you've ever squeezed your vehicle down a path unfit for a 4-wheeler then you know what it looks like when you wash it up... total scratchfest. With the right kind of liner you would never see those scratches. Furthermore, if it "sheds right off" as easily as you described it to, which it doesn't, then why does everyone (even dealers) continue to spray the stuff in truck beds all across the planet? Just my .02

Liner IS more durable than paint and while every man has the right to his own opinion, I'll keep beating the ole buggy around and spray it off every once in a while to keep it looking just like it did when I first lined it!
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So what's the deal with the rustoleum paint job? I really want to try this.
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So what's the deal with the rustoleum paint job? I really want to try this.
Im thinking the week of spring break if the weather is right. Dont hold me to that though.
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Haha. Let me know what happens. I'm going to do it to my truck after I try it on some old fenders.
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My truck will be lined before may, I'll make sure to post pics for everyone along with my impressions
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