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Bedliner Kit — HCL1B8 Herculiner Universal Fit

by Herculiner

Manufacturer #: HCL1B8 Item #: 499836HER

Herculiner Bedliner Kit

Universal Product — this product may require customization for your vehicle.

$105.95

List Price: $125.02

In Stock

Quantity Sold: Kit

Bedliner Coating 1 Quart — HCL0B7 Herculiner
Universal Fit

by Herculiner

Manufacturer #: HCL0B7 Item #: 499839HER

1-Quart

Universal Product — this product may require customization for your vehicle.

$26.11

List Price: $30.81

In Stock

Quantity Sold: Sold Individually

Description

Do It Yourself And Save $$! Why spend $400 - $600 or more for a spray-on bed liner when you can do it yourself. Herculiner truck bed coating protects your truck bed's finish from tools, equipment, rust, and moisture. Plus you get a great-looking protective layer that deadens sounds. See Stylin' Joe Wagner talking about his Herculiner:

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Overall Rating
Quality: 3.92
Features: 4.23
Installation: 4.00
Appearance: 4.31
Overall: 3.92

13 Reviews for "Herculiner Bedliner Kit":

Quality: 2
Features: 3
Installation: 3
Appearance: 3
Overall: 2

"Not That Great" Posted 2007-08-02 22:45:56 by Red4x4Dakota

Do it yourself... in about 4-6 hours. To do this right will take at least 5 hours of back bending work. Within a week of installation, it peeled up after a piece of 2x2 steel pipe scratched it. It holds up well for the price, but the next truck I get I will get a spray-in Rhino Liner.

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Quality: 5
Features: 5
Installation: 5
Appearance: 5
Overall: 4

JUST PUT ON Posted 2007-08-05 14:49:40 by MONK53

WELL FOR THE PRICE YOU CAN'T BEAT IT. LOOKS GREAT AND WAS REALLY EASY TO DO. JUST MAKE SURE THAT YOU WEAR LATEX GLOVES, THIS STUFF IS TOUGH, GASOLINE HAS A HARD TIME REMOVING IT. I INSTALLED IT IN A 6 FOOT BED, AND WITH A GALLON CAN I HAD ENOUGH TO GET 3 COATS,AND SOME LEFT OVER. IT TOOK SOME TIME BUT DRYING TIME BETWEEN THE COATS WAS THE REASON. AS FAR AS THE DURABILTY, I'LL FIND OUT SOON, TRUCK GOES BACK TO WORK TOMMORROW

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Quality: 5
Features: 5
Installation: 3
Appearance: 5
Overall: 4

Excellent Do-It-Yourself Project Posted 2007-08-29 00:02:48 by mark2189

The prep work, which is light scuffing with an abrasive pad is the hardest part; largely due to the fact that you want to put it on right now :) It goes on nicely, but remember to stir it well before you use it, so that you get the most of the rubber granules on each application. I don't think the problem of the product sticking onto parts where you don't want it is a problem. Just get the acetone and wipe it off; just be careful not to use aceton on your paint job. It's a good idea to wax your truck before you apply Herculiner...as the wax makes it really easy to remove splatters :) When the Herculiner dries, just peel off the splatters on your paint job! One gallon barely covers a 6 foot bed...it can be done, but there will be small voids all over, and you can see it if your truck bed is painted a light color. Two gallons (four coats of Herculiner) will yield a nice, thick "shell." I would still use a rubber bed mat as an additional piece of protection, but the sides won't need it.

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Quality: 5
Features: 5
Installation: 5
Appearance: 5
Overall: 5

Herculiner is the way to go Posted 2007-09-24 20:07:49 by Rob S

This was one of the most gratifying do it yourself projects I have ever done on my truck. It took a little longer than the 4-5 hours. However, anything worth doing is worth doing well. I took my time preping the truck and it payed off BIG. I had a Rhino lining installer ask if I had it done by a Rhino dealer. I have an 8 foot bed and I got 2 gallons so I could do the wheel wells as well. The bed took 1 and a half gallons to come out the way I happy with it. Don't be a chicken and just do it. There's nothing to it.

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Quality: 3
Features: 4
Installation: 3
Appearance: 4
Overall: 3

Used at work Posted 2008-01-20 00:25:34 by Wolf

I work at a dealership that us to do Herculiner, now the stuff that the kit gives is ok. But we used a spray gun this, was a hole 6 hour job still for me. Its some good stuff as long as you do it right the first time. it will never be as thick as the Line X liners or the Rhino but you can still scrape them if you throug stuff in them. Ive seen good thick ones look like crap because of pore prep work the product is good just takes a long time to get the right thickness you want but do it right the first time it takes to long to clean up another guys mess.. One more thing rememmber to where a mask and do it in a well ventalated area because this stuff will mess with you if you breath it

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Quality: 5
Features: 5
Installation: 5
Appearance: 5
Overall: 5

Posted 2008-02-28 13:43:21 by rossman

I had it on my old S-10, it was a little thin, but I stood up to everything I threw at it, it'll go on my new truck. And to the guy who mentioned Rhino Liner they do a horrible job, its thick and thin in spots, and is overall not a good looking job. If you want it done professionally, and to look even and strong go with Line-X. All my boss' trucks have it, and its indestructable, and look immaculate.

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Quality: 1
Features: 1
Installation: 3
Appearance: 1
Overall: 1

GET A REAL SPRAY ON!! Posted 2008-06-25 21:45:07 by colbydm31

Hello i purchased this product and applied it to my truck bed and along the bottom of my pickup.I thought i was saving lots of money by using this product....WRONG. For the first month the glossy finish looks great, after the first months the finsh turns to a flat finish and the product starts to peel off easy and starts to rust. Not impressed with this product and would never use it again. Nor would i recommend it to anyone. If you actually use your truck bed like it should be used, spend the extra money and get a tough spray on bed liner!!!!!!

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Quality: 4
Features: 4
Installation: 4
Appearance: 4
Overall: 4

Herculiner Bedliner Kit Posted 2008-09-08 11:19:07 by dccomst

good product for the price

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Quality: 4
Features: 4
Installation: 3
Appearance: 4
Overall: 3

Herculiner bedliner kit Posted 2009-04-26 14:09:15 by Gary P

I used the scuff pad + sand paper 100+ grit. Not a bad product, I also have a bad back but all and all it wasn't to bad, and looks good.

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Quality: 5
Features: 5
Installation: 5
Appearance: 5
Overall: 5

Advertising every day for Stylin'! Posted 2009-10-12 15:56:45 by JWagner

That's me in the video, and I still must say I love Herculiner, plus have alot of friends and people throughout the Ohio truck scene adding Herculiner to their list of modifications! For those who have the look fading, use something like Back to Black, or a wheel cleaner, and it will give it shine.

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Quality: 5
Features: 4
Installation: 5
Appearance: 5
Overall: 5

jeff 07 ram Posted 2010-04-09 00:40:28 by jeff07ram

For anyone who needs to know I put this onto my 07 ram 6.5ft bed had it for about 2yrs in now and I beat the crap out of it and it keeps on going,the only thing that is bad is all the prep work but the reaults are awsome I recomend this product too all truck owners!!!!

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Quality: 5
Features: 5
Installation: 3
Appearance: 5
Overall: 5

Herculiner Bedliner Posted 2010-08-26 00:54:20 by Anonymous

A friend and I both installed Herculiner bed liners this week and they look great. My brother once used it and did not have good luck with it. He told me he did not spend much time on surface prep and i understood why his peeled. You need to get all the clearcoat off your truck bed. That is key. You can find a scotchbrite drill attatchment at your local hardware store that makes surface prep easier. Once we sanded the surface we wiped it down with windex then wiped it down with acetone. clean the surface as good as you can and you wont have a problem with it sticking. Surface prep is the hardest part but if its done right its all down hill from there.

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Quality: 5
Features: 5
Installation: 5
Appearance: 5
Overall: 5

Great Multipurpose Product Posted 2010-10-21 14:45:49 by wclarkd

I put some in the floorboard of my Jeep Wrangler, and it is beyond amazing. Dust loves sticking to it but i predict it to be there for a long time. It was easy to paint, the thing that took the most time was the prep work but results are worth it. Seen a bed where they didn't follow the instructions about sanding and applying two coats, best if you follow the instructions.

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