Adding a layer of protection with Herculiner

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J&J Offroad

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After many miles of dirt roads, the front of our offroading trailer is taking a beating.IMG_2052.jpeg

Rocks also land on top of the wheel finders and scratch up the paint.
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J&J Offroad

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Advocate III

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Soulsbyville, CA 95372, USA
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John
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Kramer
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I have no preference for any of these products. I help a guy once who was using Raptor Liner. I honestly couldn't til the difference.
My only advice is to follow the instruction exactly and have everything that you'll need before you begin.IMG_2049.jpeg
 

J&J Offroad

Rank V
Member

Advocate III

1,902
Soulsbyville, CA 95372, USA
First Name
John
Last Name
Kramer
Member #

14701

Oh, one thing I learned was that if your trying to match the existing spray liner don't use a roller. If you use a paintbrush and dab the liner on you can ALMOST make it look like a spray job.
 
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