Roll-on bedliner for my Flexi-rack?

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  1. Jeffrey Noel

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    I just built myself a flexi-rack this past weekend, using mdf, and I would like to cover it with roll-on bedliner. The reason I want the bedliner material for it is because the rack will be my TVstand/entertainment center at college. I need the paint/coating to be VERY durable.
    So where can I buy this stuff? And is it expensive? I read somewhere that it's at NAPA yet it is $100. [​IMG] If it's that price everywhere, I'll just come up with a different alternative.
     
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    Go to walmart. They have the spray and the roll on. I think the roll on can was $40 each. I think it was 1 gallon.
     
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    the wal-mart stuff is CHEAP, it work like crap as a bed liner. But for your flexi-rack it would probably work great. Be sure to use the directions or else it will peel off.

    btw the wal-mart stuff is called "duplicolor"
    Mike
     
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    Thanks guys. I'll check that stuff out!
     
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    Hey Jeffery,
    I was looking at your web page and was wondering what brand are your front 3 speakers? are they the DVD-Audio ready Technics?
    Mike
     
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    Mike, those are actually my old speakers which I have replaced with 4 JBL S26s and a JBL S-center. However they are Technics, but not the so-called DVD-audio ready speakers. They're the series before that. I can say that they are some pretty decent speakers and the bass produced by those towers was absolutely amazing. The technics sure slaughter the S-26s in the bass area, but not the other areas.
     

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