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Iron Armor brand DIY bedliner

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#1 jmoss5723


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Posted 11 August 2014 - 02:52 PM

Has anyone tried the Iron Armor brand DIY bed liner from Harbor Freight?


The stuff is cheap ($34 with a coupon), and has pretty good reviews everywhere that I have looked. Anyone try it in their Brat or other random application?




Note: PLEASE do not tell me to get a professional liner installed. I'm a poor young dad with school bills and I can't justify the expense without at least trying the DIY first. I used one DIY before with miserable results, but I'm about 95% sure that was due to poor preparation. I am NOT getting a professional liner at this point unless one of you knows a place that does them for free.

#2 hatchsub


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Posted 11 August 2014 - 08:23 PM

Im in this to see what others say too as I'm about to do a berliner in my Dodge d150.  For 34 dollars id say its worth a try if others are saying it worked well.

#3 bratman2


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Posted 12 August 2014 - 01:44 PM

I have never heard of that brand but have used Rustoleum Road Warrior which is a two part epoxy bedliner with good results. Prep is 95% of the outcome.

#4 jmoss5723


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Posted 12 August 2014 - 08:06 PM

Now I'm considering the POR-15 Bedliner, as well. Their rust treatment is obviously the Bee's Knees, maybe the bedliner is too?

#5 Flowmastered87GL


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Posted 13 August 2014 - 12:00 AM

I would expect the POR-15 stuff to last way better than the Harbor Freight stuff.  I have used Herculiner myself in the past, but sold both brats that I used it on before I could really get a good long term report of how it lasted.  Given my experience with previous harbor freight stuff I have bought.... get the POR-15 stuff.

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