Jeep Wrangler tub bottom sprayed with SPI bedliner

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Outlaw

Thanks Bob, I have an Oreillys close and I do business with Summit Racing as well. Does it take a special applicator gun and do you know if its available in black. Next time I do black SPI bedliner I want to try it over black seam sealer. Gray might work if I cant find black..but aint going to go with beige again!
 
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Bob Hollinshead

3M doesn't have black that I know of. If you have a need for a lot of it just go to your local paint and body supply store and give them the 3M part number, I think it comes in cases of 6-ask for a price break for a case order. On a complete rotisserie job I can easily go through 10-12 tubes. The sausage shaped packs do take a special gun but there's a few different brands of that as well.
 
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Outlaw

Wow thats some serious seam sealing. Somewhere I read about the "chubs", 3M guns, and knock off guns for a lot less. Im assuming since you use that much of it, you dont have a problem covering it with bedliner or epoxy. I did actually seem some 3M Urethane Marine seam sealer adhesive in regular caulking gun tubes that is black. Wonder how that would be compared to the stuff you use.
 
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Bob Hollinshead

3M does sell a 1K urethane seam sealer in a regular caulking tube- http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/313aDtxvdiL._SY355_.jpg And if does work OK but not quite as durable as the original ultrapro. It does however brush better if you're needing to duplicate factory seams for a correct restoration. 100_5904.jpg
 
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Outlaw

No factory restoration here, just good ol 56 F-100 given a new life. I will check that in the tube out, but will probably stick with your first recommendation and use the chubs. Thanks Bob. Thats a good looking firewall you got goin on there.
 

Merbesfield

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It’s been a long time since I’ve been on here, but I have had good success with the Wurth brand Brushable Sean Sealer. I have used other with limited success along with old hard products. It is Brushable so there is labor involved and if you want perfection then you have to tape. I just brush everything, smooth it out and then cover with undercoating, which is how I got to this thread. I am ready for undercoating/liner and remembered SPI sold some products.
 
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