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Old 07-05-2003, 08:24 PM
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Have any of you used truck bedliner paint for an undercoating? I've put it on the underside on my glass body thinking it will help when picking up little stones. I'll be putting it on the under side of the fenders as well. Any one have experinece with this? Can you paint over it? How does it hold up? Thanks in advance for any replies.

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Old 07-06-2003, 04:38 PM
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Has anyone used this stuff for the interior. Iv stripped down my interior and im fixin on sparying a gallon of that auto zone truck bedliner on the bare interior metal.
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Old 07-07-2003, 01:26 PM
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My brother did the underside and trunk area of his 67' GTO about 2 years ago. It still looks good. I don't know about painting over it but you can get different colors. I plan to do the underside of my fiberglass body Willys for the same reasons.
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when i did the underside of my wagon i used that undercoat in a can from auto zone..it was like $ 7.00 a can. worked really good, and is holding up excellent. dont know if id paint it, but for me its under the car, so you dont see it.
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32 Vicky;

We do a lot of Street Rod work and we do use bed liner material quite often. It works well under the fenders to help protect from the star chips from rocks hitting the underside. I can't say how well the cheap stuff from some auto parts stores would work but I can tell you that using good quality like rhino, line x, armadillo or scorpion all work well. I like Scorpion for the underside as the color is intermixed with the solution to get a good color match. Rhino and line X work well by painting over it. You should be happy with the results.

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Old 07-08-2003, 01:20 AM
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Well I dont know much about dupli color but I think it wil be good enough for the pinto. What are the effects of using this stuff does it insullate/less vibrations or just good for looks. Thanks Chris
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