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Old 06-13-2009, 05:18 PM
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herculiner or rustoleum my rockers

I'm thinking of doing my rockers,can't decide between black or grey(solid white FX4) and also I went to auto zone to check the herculiner out and they had the same product made by rustoleum only cheaper.Does anybody have any experience with this stuff,if it;s just as good I'd like to use it cuz it's cheaper and it;s made in USA,herculiner is made in south africa.

If anyone has some tips about applying this stuff I'd like to hear it.

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Jason
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Old 06-13-2009, 05:24 PM
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oh great.... here comes tank with the photos.... You have no idea the can of worms you just opened...LOL
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Old 06-13-2009, 05:26 PM
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IMHO, I dont like any of the roll on DIY products... I dont like rhino liner, or reflex, or any of those low heat low pressure spray on brand either....

If you are going to do it, you want to find a high heat high pressure spray on... Line-X, Tuff Skin, and Inyati are a few brands that are HHHP systems and they are the only ones worth while
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Heres a thread on the Rustoleum bedliner kit.
http://www.powerstroke.org/forum/pro...-new-post.html
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I used herculiner on my rockers and its holding up great, no experience with other brand sorry
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I would go with the Herculiner. I used it in the wheel wells of my old F150 and it held up great for as long as I had the truck.
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I have heard from quite a few people the no matter how well you prep,..the rustoleum stuff is failing,....

If you want any info on doing the Herculiner, just let me know,...I have a little experience with it.....LOL
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Old 06-13-2009, 06:38 PM
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and here he is..LOL
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I have heard from quite a few people the no matter how well you prep,..the rustoleum stuff is failing,....

If you want any info on doing the Herculiner, just let me know,...I have a little experience with it.....LOL
Hey Tank, I'm interseted in the Herculiner, My truck is starting to get the cancer on the RR fender, and I'd like to take care of it before it gets bad. My plan is to do the rocker panels also. My truck is all white and I can't decide on either black or grey. Any help is appreciated, thanks.
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rustoleaum never really hardens correctly i wouldnt recomend it, i used it to paint the frame + rear bumper on my IDI last fall and it barely held through the winter. but it is cheap. and then again maybe i just abused the stuff with the plow + sander


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