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    I've used a couple rattle can undercoat products, and was fairly pleased. But, does anyone make it in a color besides black?
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    Herculiner comes in black, red and gray.
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    Cool, who's got it? Rattle can or spray?
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    Quote Originally Posted by firebird77clone View Post
    Cool, who's got it? Rattle can or spray?
    Roll on, but it looks like they don't do red any longer, only black and gray - Herculiner FAQs | DIY Truck Bed Liner Information | Herculiner Roll On Truck Bed Liner
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    I uses a rattlecan undercoat, and wish I could take it all off. Any little oil leak dissolves it and turns it into a greasy mess.
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    I used a rattlecan undercoat from my local paint supply made by R&M. It flows out like an old style vinyl top looked. No drips or bubbles and it can be painted. There may be other companies out there that make paintable undercoat....maybe that's what you need.

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    We used to use a SEM tintable bed liner to put on the bottom of high end driver show cars/trucks at the body shop I worked for. That stuff was sweet! Now later on, I have used raptor liner, but I'd like to try Al's as well. I believe the raptor is tintable now too.
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