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Herculiner on the rockers of a truck anyone??

Looking to do this to mine just wondering if anybody has done this and may have some insight on how to do it neatly and how much I would need?


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I did the panels of my 94 Grand Cherokee. I used about half a gallon for a few coats. Roll it on with a foam roller (buy plenty because the Herculiner destroys them pretty quickly) and it will come out nice. I would get a gallon and if you have extra, you can use it for touch up if needed.
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I did this about 3 years ago and it is holding up real well. I bought the bedliner kit, which came with the roller. I used the green masking tape and it turned out great. Just make sure you do the prep work right, i did and mine is in great shape. My buddy did it half azzed and it is coming off his truck.

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Sounds good I also plan on doing from the bevel in the side of the truck down like the 2 tone trucks and around my wheel wells on the 2 inch lip but just wondering what is included in the right prep work?

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Just make sure you rough it up real good and clean it good before you apply the herculiner.

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Just make sure you rough it up real good and clean it good before you apply the herculiner.
I agree...

I used 80 grit and an orbital sander then acetone to prep my bed and the herculiner is holding up great. They give you a red scuffing pad to prep with; that made me laugh. Took me 8 hours and around 50 sanding pads before i was happy with the surface and I love the result! Bedlinered my truck for $100 plus $50 for the sander and i got a new tool out of it!
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