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Old 02-06-2011, 07:15 PM
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Tried a diy product called Grizzly Grip. As a bed liner it can be sprayed or rolled. I rolled mine on with pleasing results. It comes in 26 different colors. I got the dolfin gray for the sterling grey truck. This is a easy application,just time consuming. Looks good.(to me) What yall think

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Old 02-06-2011, 07:30 PM
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I would love to know the cost... I think that looks amazing for a roll on. If you didn't say you rolled it I would have never known from the pics. Good work!!!!
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Old 02-06-2011, 07:52 PM
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It was 119.00 plus shipping for the longbox,20.00 less for shortbox. I ordered the long to be sure I had plenty,and after realizing I wouldn't be doing the tailgate I had enough for four coats. http:/Grizzly grip.com
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That is an amazing looking job. How many hours did it take you? How many coats do they say that a longbox amount will do for a longbox?
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Beautiful! That thing looks awesome.
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That is an amazing looking job. How many hours did it take you? How many coats do they say that a longbox amount will do for a longbox?
It took about 3 hours of prep,then about one and a half hours to roll on the first coat which should be a light coat.Then 1 to 3 hours dry time depending on temp and humidity.the second coat should be heavier,but I found to much at one time would result in runs and pooling in the valleys(1 hour)then dry time.they send enough product for 2 coats,but as I said,I ordered extra and did not do the tailgate.
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Old 02-07-2011, 01:55 PM
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Beautiful! That thing looks awesome.
Thanks man,are you considering a colored liner for your sterling gray.I think they have three shades of gray,and herculiner has a couple.
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Looks good
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do you have a link to the website and how come you didn't do the tail gate. just curios. Looks awesome
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Old 02-07-2011, 02:34 PM
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I' m almost sure I'm not able to post a link? www. Grizzly Grip .com. The tailgate already has the plastic liner that surrounds the step and assist bar.
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