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Old May 19th, 2015, 09:43 PM
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D90 Spray in Liner?

Greeting,

Once again I need the advice of the collective. I am thinking about either Rhino lining or Line-X ing the inside of my D90. Anyone have any lessons learned on this, both pros and cons?

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Old May 19th, 2015, 09:57 PM
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Spray everything individually..
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Line-X is my product of choice, and to be done well the truck really needs to be disassembled. The bedliner goes down heavy and can act as a glue which will bond panels that overlap or butt together. It can be a real nightmare to deal with if you ever need to take the truck apart in the future, so the extra time spent prepping will save you tons in the future. Not to mention the finished product looks much cleaner.

I suggest, after gutting the whole interior, that you remove the floor pans, tunnel cover and seatbox and shoot those pieces separate from the truck, both top and bottom, then reassemble with new seals and hardware for the best end result.

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What Brewie and Ash said.

That is what I am doing with mine and it just and looks works correct. Additionally, the stainless screws against the black Line-X - :
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X3 as stated above on procedures/prep.

I'd recommend a product called U-Pol Raptor liner. I've used it on a jeep and now my 90. I like the finish (seems less rough texture wise than other products), it holds up well and doesn't fade.
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X3 as stated above on procedures/prep.

I'd recommend a product called U-Pol Raptor liner. I've used it on a jeep and now my 90. I like the finish (seems less rough texture wise than other products), it holds up well and doesn't fade.
That is what I used on my 90 and my trailer. I'm very happy with it.
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Old May 20th, 2015, 10:42 AM
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Don't use Herculiner. The rubber pieces clump up and it looks absolutely terrible. It's cheap for a reason.
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