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Discussion in 'Amps and Cabs [BG]' started by Bassin' 'Round, Feb 26, 2006.
What are 2 or 3 really good choices for truck bed liner covering on cabs? Anyone? Thanks?
None, if you're thinking of DIY. Dura-Tex is what you want to use.
If you're going to have it professionally applied they're all similar, and all will leave a significant dent in your wallet.
Thanks very much, Bill. Guess the Acrytech DuraTex stuff is what I want. Greatly appreciated.
They make a roll on truck bed liner, sold at walmart, etc. It works well, wears pretty well, and is about $50/gallon. That said, it is NASTY stuff. I think I'll try Duratex for my current wedge project. Seems less "chemically".
Rhino Liner is a popular brand in my part of the country(Central MO) and that stuff is really tough. I have a set of old 1-18 sub cabinets that are part of my PA system that are looking pretty rough and I'm thinking about stripping off all of the old vinyl covering and having them sprayed with that stuff but I've never checked out what it would cost, probably a lot...
Not DIY, but I had my Bag End Q10 done with Line-X and it turned out great.