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    Default Duram Bakkie Liner

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    Het iemand al van Duram Durakak se Bakkie Line (DIY Kit) gebruik gemaak. Ek wil dit aan die vaaorant van die sleepwa sit waar ek baie skade kry van klippies wat opskiet

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    Default Re: Duram Bakkie Liner

    Yup used if a number of times for excatly that. People will tell you it is less robust than rhino lining for instance and I agree but for the same amount of money as rhino you can probably redo those little fenders 20 times. They do ebetually take a pounding and then you just spray it again. Make sure you rough up the surface intitally and remove all signs of rust and loose material up front. Then if they do get a nick or two with time just patch it with a little brush so it does not rust where the nick is.
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    Default Re: Duram Bakkie Liner

    I'd use Duram 88 Premium Stone Chip instead. MUCH cheaper, water based and very easy to use. I did the "rubberising" for the back of my bakkie with it using a course foam roller. Looks great and very easy to apply.

    I can take a picture of the end result and post it on here if you are interested.
    Last edited by Rolf; 2018/02/06 at 04:52 PM.
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    Default Re: Duram Bakkie Liner

    Quote Originally Posted by Rolf View Post
    I'd use Duram 88 Premium Stone Chip instead. MUCH cheaper, water based and very easy to use. I did the "rubberising" for the back of my bakkie with it using a course foam roller. Looks great and very easy to apply.

    I can take a picture of the end result and post it on here if you are interested.
    Hi Rolf

    I am interested in seeing the result. Please post some pictures.
    Would you advise spraying n stead of rolling or brushing. How coarse is the layer of rubber? Is it a rubber lining?
    How much preparation did you do to your bakkie before painting?

    Where did you buy the Duram 88?

    Thanx

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    Default Re: Duram Bakkie Liner

    Rhino linings are also useless if you ask me. Best option is proper rubber lining.
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