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Old 12-17-2007, 11:10 PM   #1
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Has any one else out there painted their cart with a truck bed liner I did last JAN. I used Durabak (bought online) THe stuff is tuff it really takes a beating. The onley problem I have with it is it has faded out It was a forest green now its a faded dull look. I think I paid about $114 for a gallon. For around $30 more U can get it with UV protection, that might keep it from fading out. I think I'm gonna camo it any way.I spray painted over some of the trim when I painted it & that has held up great. I love the texture it gives my cart. I also did the roof with a cheaper bed liner I got from a parts store. It did not do so well It is pealing off. But the wheater was a little cold when I brushed that on.
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Old 12-17-2007, 11:21 PM   #2
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I have a body on one of my carts that has bed liner paint on it. It's really faded red. I'm just going to repaint it when I'm ready to sell the cart. You're right. It's indestructible. And should be easy to repaint too.

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Old 12-18-2007, 08:15 PM   #3
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Has any one else out there painted their cart with a truck bed liner I did last JAN. I used Durabak (bought online) THe stuff is tuff it really takes a beating. The onley problem I have with it is it has faded out It was a forest green now its a faded dull look. I think I paid about $114 for a gallon. For around $30 more U can get it with UV protection, that might keep it from fading out. I think I'm gonna camo it any way.I spray painted over some of the trim when I painted it & that has held up great. I love the texture it gives my cart. I also did the roof with a cheaper bed liner I got from a parts store. It did not do so well It is pealing off. But the wheater was a little cold when I brushed that on.
Built a g9-a with a box and 4" lift for a freind's kid car. He spray's bed liners and shot all be body parts and steel box in black. Last time I saw it it was so covered in mud I don't think the color could fade if it wanted to. Looked pretty good after it was done. Sorry I just can't seem to attatch pix's to post's...maybe I'll learn soon... Later Dave
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Old 12-18-2007, 08:20 PM   #4
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I don't think the color could fade if it wanted to. Looked pretty good after it was done. Sorry I just can't seem to attatch pix's to post's...maybe I'll learn soon...
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No No No...Is that you riding the big red club car ? My oh My. Ok lets try these pix's/atatchments.
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Old 12-19-2007, 06:56 PM   #7
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Has any one else out there painted their cart with a truck bed liner I did last JAN. I used Durabak (bought online) THe stuff is tuff it really takes a beating. The onley problem I have with it is it has faded out It was a forest green now its a faded dull look. I think I paid about $114 for a gallon. For around $30 more U can get it with UV protection, that might keep it from fading out. I think I'm gonna camo it any way.I spray painted over some of the trim when I painted it & that has held up great. I love the texture it gives my cart. I also did the roof with a cheaper bed liner I got from a parts store. It did not do so well It is pealing off. But the wheater was a little cold when I brushed that on.
Probably the reason it didnt do good on the roof is because it flexes as you drive unlike the body...
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i'm going to use this to paint the rear well on my 83 par cart did you spray it in or roll in on ?
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I used www.scorpioncoatings.com/
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Old 02-13-2008, 05:51 PM   #10
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i'm going to use this to paint the rear well on my 83 par cart did you spray it in or roll in on ?
I rolled mine on, but the instuctions said it could be sprayed, just had to get a special tip for your gun.
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