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Does anybody have any experience, good or bad, with the Herculiner roll on bed liner product? I'm looking for a cost effective alternative to Line-X, and other brand name spray on liners, that have been quoted in the $400 range.
 

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I put herculiner in the bed of my Tundra. Loved it. It's so cheap, I bought two cans and put it on double thick. It's great stuff!

The hardest part of the install is prep. You have to scuff up the paint it provided pads in the kit. It's heartbreaking to do, but when it's all done it's worth it.

Take the time to tape off all edges and anything you don't want herculined. :) If the titan didn't have the bedliner from the factory, I'd do it again in a heartbeat.
 

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bvstone1 said:
I put herculiner in the bed of my Tundra. Loved it. It's so cheap, I bought two cans and put it on double thick. It's great stuff!

The hardest part of the install is prep. You have to scuff up the paint it provided pads in the kit. It's heartbreaking to do, but when it's all done it's worth it.

Take the time to tape off all edges and anything you don't want herculined. :) If the titan didn't have the bedliner from the factory, I'd do it again in a heartbeat.
Where do you buy this, and how much does it cost compared to Rhinoliner?
 

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Mombo said:
The Herculiner Web site is located at www.herculiner.com and has a listing of resellers. JC Whitney and other sites have it for about $99 a gallon.
If you have a local menards or other hardware store, it's usually $79. I got mine for $49 after a rebate at menards. So if you watch for sales, you can get it cheaper. I've also seen it a Tractor Supply Co.
 

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Anyone have pictures of their truck bed with herculiner applied?
 

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kennyo said:
Anyone have pictures of their truck bed with herculiner applied?
I did have some of my tundra. Could take more but my bed is a mess from hauling building debris after our bathroom remodel and since I'm trading it in I'm not taking the time to clean it.

It looks like most other liners, but a little "bumpier". I think it has superiour "anti-skid" properties compared to spray in. And it's by no means ugly.

I even applied it to the kickpanels right below the driver and passenger doors since they were getting scuffed up from getting in and out. Look great.

And if done right with the proper prep, it will NOT come off. I got some on my knee and it took over 3 weeks to wear off. I still have the tshirt I wore to put it on and there's still herculiner on that after many washes.. LOL!
 
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