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Old 06-08-2003, 02:09 PM
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Spray or roll on bed liner at Wal Mart?

Has any one used this. I beleave its made by Dupli Color. Is it anything like Hurculiner. Every one raves about hurculiner. The wal mart brand is only $39. a gal. verses hurculiner $100. a gal. It clams it is tough non slip abration resistant yada yada yada.
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Old 06-09-2003, 08:04 PM
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Spray or roll on bed liner at Wal Mart?

I used the Bondo brand on my 92 /150 it turn out nice .
I have had several compliments on it
I taped over the edge of the bed and tailgate put on 1 coaton
I put 3 coats on the inside and floor.
I use my truck to work with it has held up well ,been on about 4 months.
Got it at advance 59.99/small roller and pan 2.99 /1brush 2.99
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Old 06-09-2003, 10:31 PM
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Spray or roll on bed liner at Wal Mart?

If your truck is a shortbed it'll take about 7 spray cans of the Duplicolor stuff, which totals to around $60. The spray version holds up better and goes on a lot cleaner. I did the spray in my '89 and it looked great. I never hauled anything heavier than a person riding in the back though.

In my 1994 F-150 I did the roll-in kit, never really hauled anything other than an old tire I was too lazy to dispose of. The bedliner started chipping real bad near the tailgate. I spot primed and then used the spray version of Duplicolor bedliner over it and never had anymore problems.

Both have a nice gloss at first but fade rapidly in direct sunlight. Before I sold my '89 I used the el-cheapo 97 cents a can gloss black spray to freshen the finish up.
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Spray or roll on bed liner at Wal Mart?

I found the Herculiner at a local auto parts store for $40 a gallon. Was looking all over the internet and found nothing under $90 after S/H and decided to call around town. Try calling some of the local auto stores if you haven't yet. Just my 2 cents though. Good luck!
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Spray or roll on bed liner at Wal Mart?

I can tell you the spray on version spruced up an old grill guard/push bar very nicely. That was about 3 months ago with no chipping, peeling or anything else. Scuffed up everything with 3M scotchbrite pad will before spraying liner stuff on.
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