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Old 04-11-2007, 01:04 PM   #1
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Bedliner on Trailers??

Anyone know of a local place that will spray a 3 rail motorcycle trailer in Bedliner for a decent price (less than 300 bucks)? I am not wanting to spend 500 bucks to do it and so far that is all that I am finding. If not I will just paint it myself just looking for something that will last a little longer. Thanks.
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Old 04-11-2007, 01:07 PM   #2
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too bad scoot doesn't have a big enough oven...you may be better off doing it yourself with the roll on bed liner
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too bad scoot doesn't have a big enough oven...you may be better off doing it yourself with the roll on bed liner

I was going to say buy a cans of the roll on Hurculiner and do it yourself. Just be sure to sand the whole thing down per the instructions on the liner can and the get after it. I did the grill guard on my truck 2 years ago with the spraypaint liner stuff cause I didn't want to pay $200-300 to have it spray lined somewhere. It's still going strong.
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Old 04-11-2007, 01:26 PM   #4
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yea, i did a bicycle with the roll on herculiner stuff...i think i paid 20-25 for a quart.
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oh yeah I forgot I did my lateral trac bars on my truck too and they are still hanging in fine.....that spraypaint kind of liner stuff seems to work pretty darn good.
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The trailer is already sanded and ready to go just need to get the stuff and paint it.
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most trailers don't have the best paintjobs which lead to rust. The bedliner will help to prevent that.
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most trailers don't have the best paintjobs which lead to rust. The bedliner will help to prevent that.
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do it yourself and save some money, probably take you an afternoon to knock it out....
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