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Bedlined the INSIDE of my roof...

The sunday project was to bedline the entire inside roof of my JK, I started out with alot of prep and cleaning to remove all the grease and armourall. Once I removed all the dirt and oil I started removing all the parts from the front peices and taping off the windows in the rear...

I decided to try a self etching spray on bedliner that another member (Alex) showed to me the other evening. I shot a test panel and LIKED IT!!!

It took me four cans to get the coverage and texture that I wanted at a price of 8.99 each....

I will post up pictures of the finished product which is REALLY NICE, no more white!!!!







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I plan on doing this when I switch over to the softie in a few weeks...

How long did you let it offgas??? It won't affect me, but I have heard of people putting it on too soon and having quite the smell for a while...

Looks great...

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I did that 2 years ago with duplicolor.
One of my best projects IMO, every time i get in a JK with a white roof now i cringe at the sight of it

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Really looks nice. I'm guessing that it didn't add much weight either (?).

Definitely better than the white.

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Very Nice! ALOT better than the white

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I plan on doing this when I switch over to the softie in a few weeks...

How long did you let it offgas??? It won't affect me, but I have heard of people putting it on too soon and having quite the smell for a while...

Looks great...
I let it set over night to outgas, but it still had plenty of fumes to go ....

And hardly any weight was added to speak of...
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Looks great. I bought my hardtop used and the previous owner had it professionally done or I would gone the same route as you. The white is just terrible looks like a refridgerator lol
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That looks great! I think I'll be doing this as soon as the soft top goes back on.

Does it leave a rough finish like a normal bedliner or is it somewhat smooth?

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That looks great! I think I'll be doing this as soon as the soft top goes back on.

Does it leave a rough finish like a normal bedliner or is it somewhat smooth?
It leaves a rough finish..but looks smooth
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missed some spots

Looks better though
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Looking forward to seeing this thing next week at Hard 8, Tuff. I'll probably do this when the weather clears up and I can ride w/o the top for a few days.

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Looking forward to seeing this thing next week at Hard 8, Tuff. I'll probably do this when the weather clears up and I can ride w/o the top for a few days.
Sounds like a plan bro!
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Looks great... I think I'll be doing that this summer.

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Looks great... I think I'll be doing that this summer.
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I suppose I'm the oddball... I prefer the white... just for reflectance.

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X2. I like the white. I would think the black would make it to dark in side.
Thats the plan....

The darker the better, it helps with some of the work that I do.....
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I plan on doing this when I switch over to the softie in a few weeks...
Looks great...
I was thinking the same thing, anyone know if there is a Khaki colored spray on bedliner available?

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The RustOleum comes in Black or Tan

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I did mine this past summer with duplicolor spray on truck bed coating. Turned out great and looks great! Looks much better with the inside not being bright white.

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I'm guessing that it didn't add much weight either (?).
This always cracks me up Stub. Some Houston peeps will put 2000 lb rear bumpers with gerry cans, trash cans, water cans, baby carriage etc... on their rig, and when they talk about getting the tub bedlined, all of a sudden they are worried about weight hahahaha!

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This always cracks me up Stub. Some Houston peeps will put 2000 lb rear bumpers with gerry cans, trash cans, water cans, baby carriage etc... on their rig, and when they talk about getting the tub bedlined, all of a sudden they are worried about weight hahahaha!
I meant in terms of removing the top with one person.

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Well, if it takes 4 cans to coat the entire top, consider how much a full can weighs minus the weight of the empty can times 4. About how much is that?
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Well, if it takes 4 cans to coat the entire top, consider how much a full can weighs minus the weight of the empty can times 4. About how much is that?
probably no more than 3lbs.
I used 7 cans on mine though.

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