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Old 02-10-2003, 12:19 PM
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Have not tried it but EASTWOOD has a roll-on liner kit.It is an epoxy based system called GATOR GUARD II it can be rolled or brushed on and is very economical at $39.99.

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Thanks oldred, I'm not quite ready to do it yet, but maybe by this summer I might be able to make up my mind.
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I have a Line -X in my 01 F350 This stuff is great ! I am restoring a 65 Nova and it will get the Line-X treatment totaly underneath and inside the trunk and all floorpans .I am sold on this product . In my opinion it looks much nicer than Rhino I have heard and seen nightmares about the do it yourself stuff. They just dont look professional. The only drawback to Line-X is that it is pricey, but as my Pappy always said "It only cost10% more to go first class" and "You get what you pay for"
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I have a Line -X in my 01 F350 This stuff is great ! I am restoring a 65 Nova and it will get the Line-X treatment totaly underneath and inside the trunk and all floorpans .I am sold on this product . In my opinion it looks much nicer than Rhino I have heard and seen nightmares about the do it yourself stuff. They just dont look professional. The only drawback to Line-X is that it is pricey, but as my Pappy always said "It only cost10% more to go first class" and "You get what you pay for"
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I think that the brush-on type would come up short in the looks department but a good spray-on kit when done right will look good.It is like a good paint job, you have to do it right.We have all seen botched paint too but that dont make us all take our cars to the pros.Just take your time and pay attention to detail just like you would with paint.
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Herculiner is popular among the Jeep boys right now. It's a roll on that looks fine with good enough prep work. One guy has had it on for four years by now - said it fades a bit from shiny black, but is holding up well. $120 at Checker Auto.

I'm putting it in my jeep tub. Stinks like hell, but looks good.
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I vote for LineX. I have it in my Pickup and my Bronco. The pickup has had it for over 3 years now and I have beat the heck out of it with no visible damage. There are just some things that do it yourself is a good idea and I don't think this is one of them.
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My dad's buddy owns Line-X here in california. I had it spraye don my 80 chevy scottsdale. It took three years of hardcore abuse with a lot of gasoline spills. Not too many colors though. Not really cheap, I had it for free though. It is worth the money. Rhino lining is a bit cheaper though, I like it as well.
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