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Old 09-10-2009, 12:14 PM
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Al's Spray on Liner

Anybody used the DIY Al's spray-on liner from Stealth? I'm trying to decide what to use for the bed and rockers. I can get Rhino done 40 miles away, but Line-X is about 150 miles away. I was wondering how this Al's stuff holds up.
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Old 09-10-2009, 12:30 PM
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teh real question is how hard do you use your truck.in m own opinion it goes worst to best als rihno line x. i have als in my truck but i do carpenrty only had it in for a month and have many rips and such. line x is in my dads and is crazy tough he does the same stuff as me and not evan a mark. one of my friends had rihno and got one little tear and then it just came out in a sheet. my next truck will be line xed
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Old 09-19-2009, 12:01 PM
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Sounds like Al's isn't a good bet for heavy use. How would it work for spraying on headache racks, bed rail caps, etc.? I'm planning on doing that stuff to match the bed and rockers, and spraying Al's myself instead of having it done would probably save me some bucks. I can't do the roll on types of liners on that stuff cuz I wouldn't be able to get it in the tight spots.
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make sure you have a real strong compressor and i mean real strong
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