Truck Spray-in Truck Bedliner - Shake and Shoot
After a few hours of prep work it was time to finally shoot the product on
the bed. I used Shake and Shoot (which also makes Gator Guard I believe).
The box contained 4 cans of material and one can of catalyst which is
divided into each of the other cans. If you shoot the product evenly you
should be able to coat a whole full-size truck bed and tailgate. Watch as
my friend sprays the bed.
Painting a Car Trailer with Raptor Liner
Sorry for the long video, was quite long winded, there is some action video
toward the end... We used base coat / clear coat on the fenders and sides,
and Upol Raptor Liner on the Deck.
RAPTOR TRUCK BED LINER APPLICATION PROCESS
U-POL RAPTOR Truck Bed Liner provides the ultimate protection against rust,
corrosion, salt and damp and extreme temperatures. Providing a durable,
scratch and stain resistance surface, RAPTOR is UV protected and delivers
the highest level of fade resistance. Best of all, it's also quick and easy
to use, just Fill, Shake and Shoot!
Jeep Wrangler Project: Raptor Liner
I made this to hopefully help anybody out that is looking at installing
U-POL Raptor Bedliner in their Jeep Wrangler. There are a couple different
options (Monster Liner & Herculiner are a couple popular self install
bedliners); but I chose this one for the ability to tint the liner with
your own color as opposed to just black. This install is on a 2004 Jeep
Wrangler TJ Sport.
I purchased the entire kit on Amazon for about $110, which came with 4
bottles, hardener and spray gun. Outside of that I bought paint tape (the
green frog brand), 60-grit sandpaper for the hard to reach areas, course
grain sand blocks (pack of 10 for about $10), and a re-breather (absolutely
Everything I read said prep is the key, and when you think you've prepped
enough, prep some more. So, I did the prep work over a week (pulled
everything except my driver seat since it is my daily driver). Finally when
I was ready to do it, I did the taping and spraying over the weekend.
One area that I screwed up on, was it was in the mid 70s all week, and when
I finally was ready to spray it dropped to the mid 50s and 40s in the
evening. After letting it sit and cure for a couple days, I realized that
it still wasn't fully cured. So, I ran a heater on it (not suggested with
flammable fumes), but with this being the issue I would not suggest this
instal unless the temp outside is good (directions say over 68 degrees).
I'm not sure anybody will actually view this, but if you do:
A. I'm from Texas, I can't do anything about the accent.
B. I'm obviously not a professional, so correct terminology, spelling, etc
aren't my strong suits.
C. This was all shot on my iPhone, sorry if the quality is not the best.
D. Someone always knows how to do it better, so my advice, ignorance, etc
is not the end all be all.
If you have any questions feel free to ask.
My next projects are an Auxiliary Fuse Box &DDM Tuning HID conversions.
How To Fix Rusted Wheel Arches
sorry guys for no videos been really busy and sorry for not showing the
sanding the guide coat down but its simple you just sand until all the
guide coat is gone and then you re prime and sand with 400 grit and ready
for paint oh and if you have pinholes or small imperfections just use some
glazing and spot putty to fix them up