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Is there a por15 type bedliner?

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by dannyego, Apr 24, 2011.

  1. dannyego
    Joined: Mar 12, 2008
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    Somewhere along the line somebody welded a steel bed into my chevy c20. It's pretty rusty and I don't have the time or patience to take that thing down to clean metal. Is their a bedliner that you can paint over rust? Or any recommendations? I would use por15 but I don't like the shine and I hear it doesn't hold up well in sunlight.
     
  2. highboy_04
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    from Kansas

    you could use the east wood rust paint. last time i used it they told me it could be top coated with almost any paint/ bed liner
     
  3. Never2low
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    Try painting it with POR, then with regular old bedliner, Tuffstuff, Ryno-liner, or Line-X. I'm pretty sure the POR will take paint over it. Recomended for frames aswell, POR then top coat. And you are correct, POR does not like sunlight, turns chalky.
     
  4. dannyego
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    I didn't think you could topcoat pot 15?
     

  5. joebuick
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    rustoleum makes a bed liner
     
  6. 35touring
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    from Kentucky

    what else is out there for floorboards like POR15? Maybe cheaper?
     
  7. Mr Mayo
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    from Huff, ND

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  10. luckystiff
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    U-Pol has a tintable bedliner..........
     
  11. chopolds
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    from howell, nj
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    I use POR-15 on the undercarriages of cars I build. After the second coat, while it is still just a little bit tacky, you can apply bedliner, I use it cause it's tougher, and better looking than undercoat. Even used this combo on the entire interior of a 4 wheeling Jeep, for easy clean up.
     
  12. Mudgy
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