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Thread: Roll on bed liner, your opinions
09-25-2012, 04:17 PM #1
Roll on bed liner, your opinions
Whats everyones experance or concerns or opinion about the herculiner roll/brush on bed liner? I know the spray on liner would be best but @ $500+ out of range.2007 Silverado RS, 4.8 V8, 2WD
Flowmaster Super 44 with turndown
Black painted front grille & bumper
Black / red Painted bowties
Black 18in. Silverado wheels
Black / Red interior conversion (in process)
89 Chevy Sport tribute decals
09-25-2012, 05:48 PM #2
I was always told you get what you pay for. I wont hold up as long as a professional coating such as Line-X or Rhino Line. Also it depends what will you be hauling and how much wear it might see. One problem I have heard is not sanding the bed enough, and cleaning it thoroughly, and with that the coating wont cling to the bed enough and peal offObjects in mirror are losing
2003 Chevy Silverado Z71, 5.3L, K&N 57 series, 2.5'' Flowmaster Super 10 series dual exhaust , Corvette Servo, McNew Automotive Dyno tune, SS gauge cluster, Extang Trifecta Tonneau, Pacesetter shorty headers, Goodmark cowl hood, Sony Xplod speakers, Kenwood DDX-470 exhaust tips, 16" Ultra Badlands polished wheels, Pirelli Scorpion ATR .
09-25-2012, 06:44 PM #3
It fades pretty quickly and chips fairly easy...dont recommened it!...i got line-x and love it!
2009 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 LT Z71 Crew Cab "All-Star Edition"
Line-X'd Custom Brush Guard(Heavy Duty)
5.3L Flex Fuel
Factory Black Running Boards
BF Goodrich All-Terrain KO's(265/65R18)
2" Rough Country Leveling Kit
EGR In-Channel Vent Visors
Exterior PLUS Package
Interior PLUS Package
K&N Drop-In Air Filter
Bowtie Mud Flaps
Cat-Back Dual Exhaust
Diablo Sport Predator(AFM Disabled)
Next Planned Mods
09-25-2012, 07:49 PM #4
That was what I had feared about that stuff. So I better save up for the spray on. I have hauled a ton of sand, rocks, but not often but happens.
09-25-2012, 11:12 PM #5
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You won't be happy with it. I have the GatorHyde spray-in bed liner that runs about $400 or so. Looks sharp and well worth the money. I haven't seen a roll on liner that wasn't peeling...
09-25-2012, 11:14 PM #6
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I did roll on to the interior of my Jeep Wrangler a few years back, I've never had an issue with fading, I did have an issue in the begining with peeling/chipping but that was my own fault as I got lazy doing the prep work and didnt clean a couple areas as good as I should have.
The liner job has held up well over the years against mud and rocks on the front floors and the rear/bed still looks new when I wash it out, I normally carry chains, tow hooks, tools, and junk like that in the back so I'm real surprised it hasnt been scraped up.
My opinion is it works well but you do need to follow the prep instructions closely to get a good job.
Since doing my interior I've helped do a few truck beds and even the exterior of a friends flat bed and all have turned out real good.
09-26-2012, 12:22 AM #7
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