Rubber Bedliner

DzlFC

Promoted Users
Spi started out making two-bed liners.
One was the one we made and stopped making a few years back.
The other was rubber; a gallon was mixed with a baby food jar of chromate.
Best stuff ever, but if sprayed in a body shop
On the open floor, the office was unusable for a week due to stink.

I sold a trailer a year ago that I bought around 1998, and I sprayed it on the fenders as a non-slip; it was still perfect, I loved the stuff but also hard to mix up, so I stopped after aboutfive5 or so years.
Too bad there's only one Barry--if you were cloned, think of all the product we would have!
 

Toolin

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I did this on my dash insert and really like how it came out
Looks good. I have been considering the exact same Dakota Digital instrument kit? How do you like it.

Upol makes a Raptor tintable bed liner. I may like to use it inside the trunk. Sounds like you buy base or single stage minus the binder. Can anybody school me on that?
 

Dean Jenkins

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Looks good. I have been considering the exact same Dakota Digital instrument kit? How do you like it.
Could not be happier, so far. Car is not running yet and I haven't hooked up the sensors etc.
But, the gauges are amazing. Like high quality jewelry.
I did hook them up enough to turn the lights on to see how they looked. Really impressed with the material and instructions provided.

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