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    anyone ever use EZ Liner from canadian tire??? i need a decent bed liner to put in....


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    that EZ Liner stuff is pretty good, but not very thick.
    I use CT's RockerGaurd stuff all the time. If your doing your floor you could get a pail of it, with a paint brush you could slop it around and put a pretty thick coating on the floor, almost like a LineX/Rhino kinda thing.
    Not sure how durable it is like that, but I did that in the trunk area of my XJ and its working real well so far.
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    i was thinking about that actually...slopping the rocker guard everywhere!!

    the only thing is that it does not dry on that factory bed liner stuff....
    Last edited by Dunham; 06-28-2009 at 09:09 PM.

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    looks good !! that bedliner how long does it take to dry?i didn,t know it came in a pale . no overspray!!!!
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    the rocker guard??? it only takes about 30 mins or so to dry...

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    if you get paintable rocker gard it drys and wont melt and get soft from the heat of the exaust.

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    anything in particular mudbros??(which brand)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dunham View Post
    anything in particular mudbros??(which brand)
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    I've been thinking of doing this, and any info would be a great help!

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    pro form makes a good one you can get it at any autobody supply store dries in a hour and is spry on once dry it doesn't melt in the heat. you can even paint it if you like

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    yep pro form paintable.
    even the crappy tire stuff but make sure its paintable
    comes in a spray can or regular 1l can and can be sprayed on (verry messy) whith a shitz gun(you can buy them too where they sell the undercoat.

    the non paintable stuff never drys and has alot of tar in it that melts with a bit of heat.


    prinsess auto has a sale on bedliner right now 44 bucks for the kit! great price

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    I used the EZ liner and it worked great

    its not very thick I agree, but it holds up great!

    make sure you wear a mask though, it says low odour, but it definately makes you loopy.

    And dont mix it all, its a waste of a can since you can only use after mixing in the first 30 minutes.

    You will definately be impressed for the money.

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    will pro form, ez liner, and all over bed liners stick to the rubberized rocker guard????

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dunham View Post
    will pro form, ez liner, and all over bed liners stick to the rubberized rocker guard????
    probaly not the non paintable type it is real greesy

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    soo pretty much i just gotta stick with the rocker guard...since i have already sprayed it on the floors

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