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DIY Bed Liner?

I need to bed line my bed...I wanna do it myself.. anyone know whats the best place to buy some spray in/roll on stuff or whats better.. ive heard line x is the best but im not too sure where to buy.

Also, does anyone know where the best place to buy shocks is? Thanks.
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Al's Liner The Ultimate AUtomotive Coating

thats what i have used on a couple of my own trucks....


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Al's Liner The Ultimate AUtomotive Coating

thats what i have used on a couple of my own trucks....
Would that kit cover an 8 foot bed? And do you have any photos of your truck beds with it applied? Thank you for the help.
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you will need 2 gallons to do a long bed... you could possibly do it with 1 but it will be thin...

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WOW! That looks good! I'm gonna buy that kit i think... How did you prep the box?
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just used my orbiter sander on it... then just cleaned it off with mineral spirits


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Epic fail. I wonder if he was attempting to use a non certified mixing stick.

I have tried herculiner, mixed with gloss black acrylic enamel. It faded even though I added that. Next time I do it I am going to mask the truck with good tape, and paint paper, measure carefully and avoid letting family members help.

I'm gonna try upol raptor in the spray can.


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