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Old April 10th, 2008, 08:38 PM   #1
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Which roll-in bedliner is the best???

I know dupli-color makes one..but who else makes one that you can buy at a murray's or napa


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Old April 10th, 2008, 08:40 PM   #2
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Upol makes a nice one that seems to have more "build" than the duplicolor. Herculiner also seems to be a bit better. I used a duplicolor one once and will never again. Actually I will not use a roll on again for anything needing real protection. Save up and get it line-x'd.
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thanks hunter9

its just going in the back of a rusty jeep for two years until i graduate highschool and give the jeep back to my old man

my brother used the duplicolor in his xj and it wasnt worth it at all...i definetly wont be using duplicolor

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I herculined the inside of my tub. Seems to do the job. Although I haven't driven it in a year...
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is the roll-in herculiner more expensive than the average roll-in???

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Old April 10th, 2008, 09:35 PM   #6
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this topic comes up like every couple months
i think herculiner is the better of the cheap do it yourself kits
you can sometime catch sale on gal. $100 - $25 rebate.
duplicolor dries like plastic/candle wax.
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i did duplicolor in my xj about 8 months ago...seams to be holding up well..also did the push bar and have hit many trees and no flakeing yet
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is the roll-in herculiner more expensive than the average roll-in???

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When I used to work at Pep Boys, it would go on sale all the time. I believe it was 1 gallon for around $60, which was more than enough to line my entire tub.
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