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Has anybody used the spray-in bed liner you get at wal mart, the stuff in the gallion can? Is it any good? How thick can you make the lining? I used the suff in a can and it ain't very thick.
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I used the roll-on Herculiner, and am very happy with it. It comes with a very thick nap roller, and you can layer it on if it really needs to be thick. Put two coats in my fullsize chevy and up over the rail and it still looks great three years later.

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