Well, I was told, but not reliably, that herc would be best for sound deadening as it is more rubbery. But I question if that is ideal if I was to do bumpers or sliders with it? I know there is at least one type of liner that can be applied smooth - which makes more sense for exterior use to me.
I hate to say it but the over the country roll on and rattle can jobs are all going to create sub-par results..I have a local bedliner shop who will be doing my rockers and flairs when I get ready as well as the inside..Yep it will cost me a tad more but will look 10 times better then duplic or herc..I am going be be taking my bumpers off and dropping them off once friday and pick up up that saturday to see what they do..Will cost me about $50 to do..The rockers will cost me about $90 and the inside about $225. Costs me more but in the end will last way longer and look way better..
Duplicolor is cheaper but I bought a rattle can of it and sprayed some metal pieces I had and wasn't that impressed..Roll on is likely a better option matter what..unless ya have it professionally done..
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