I used bed liner on my floor. I was hoping it would turn out better than it did. I think its a good idea from a standpoint of protecting the floor. I was hoping it would have given me a bit of sound and heat insulation, but it didn't. On my list of things to do is to put down sound deadener and either carpet or rubber mat.
I had my cab floor and back walls done in Line-X bed liner, and I think it came out pretty well. Granted, I had the entire interior sandblasted along with everything else on the truck, but I wanted to make sure it was going to stick, and we had to find all the rust to know how much of the floorpan to replace.
Anyway, here's a couple shots of the finished product (the floor, anyway.....Buford won't be on the road for a few months yet).
I did my entire interior of a 76 Blazer in Line-X and really like it. You can either leave it as is, which I did since I off-road it almost exclusively, or you can just cover it back over with the jute padding/carpet setup like a stock rig.
I also coated mine inside and underneath with Rhino Lining. I still placed carpet inside. So far I'm loving it. Only downfall with Rhino lining the cab is making sure you run a good groundwire from the cab to chassis.
i dont think that would work out to well but you could do the underside of the cab (i know that it would kinda be a pain in the *** while its still on the truck)and multiple coats in the cab and that would help with sound deadening and keeping heat in/out
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