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Roll-on Bed Liner Kits
#106775 Sun Aug 25 2002 01:21 AM
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What is the best roll-on bed liner kit?
Did anyone hear of RustOleum"Road Warrior"?

Re: Roll-on Bed Liner Kits
#106776 Sun Sep 08 2002 11:57 PM
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Hey Napco59,, I do not like seeing anyones post go unanswered.
I have not had much experience with do-it-yourself roll-on bed-liner kits.I hope to be able to experiment soon.
Have you done any other research on the subject?


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Re: Roll-on Bed Liner Kits
#106777 Fri Sep 13 2002 04:40 AM
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I bought a product made by Duplicolor that you roll on with a wild looking roller to give it a lot of texture . I used it on the bottom of my running boards and under/inside the cab . still gotta do the fenders yet . I like it but some way of spraying it would be a LOT easier/faster .

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#106778 Wed Sep 18 2002 12:53 PM
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bears38... What size roller did you use? Was it able to get into small spaces? How much does this stuff cost?


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Re: Roll-on Bed Liner Kits
#106779 Wed Sep 18 2002 03:17 PM
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Bear38, the duplicolor bedliner comes in a spray can also. Your local WalMart should carry both and sure parts houses will also. I used it, spray and roll-on, on the interior of my cab, floor, firewall and recessed areas in rear corners. If you don't want that rough textured look just use a short nap paint roller instead of the wire roller. Another point is, do this job outside in the fresh air with a fan blowing the fumes away from you if possible. This stuff is potent.


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