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Dupli-Color TRG250 Truck Bed Coating Gallon - 8.25 lbs

3.0 out of 5 stars 7 customer reviews

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  • Gallon container
  • Versatile all-purpose black protective coating
  • Durable impact resistant coating
  • Dry to touch in 1 hour/ handle in two hours
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Technical Details

Brand Dupli-Color
Item Weight 8.8 pounds
Product Dimensions 10.5 x 6.5 x 4.3 inches
Item model number TRG250
Discontinued by manufacturer Yes
Manufacturer Part Number TRG250

Additional Information

ASIN B000768CO8
Customer Reviews
3.0 out of 5 stars 7 customer reviews

3.0 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #963,628 in Automotive (See top 100)
#246 in Automotive > Exterior Accessories > Truck Bed & Tailgate Accessories > Bed Liners
Shipping Weight 8.8 pounds
Date First Available July 7, 2004

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Product Description

Dupli-Color's Truck bed coating is a durable, black vinyl polymer coating that protects truck beds at a fraction of the cost of conventional drop-in truck bed liners. Dupli-Color truck bed coating is designed for the do-it-yourself user and is available with multiple application methods. It can be applied using a roller, spray gun, or aerosol spray can making it ideal for use as an all-purpose protective coating for truck beds, inner fenders, tailgates, bedrails, cargo vans, step areas, and running boards.

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By Troy Riedel on July 5, 2007
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Before I write my review, observations and lessons learned, I need to disclose that I used this product on a motorcycle trailer, not a truck bed.

(1) I quickly found that one should not use a plastic roller pan with this coating. Why? The Dupli-Color Coating degraded and ate completely through the bottom of the plastic roller pan. Luckily I had a metal pan nearby.

(2) The coating is thick and difficult to work with. Even with a brush it was hard to cut-in hard to reach places, crevices and indentations. I thought about thinning the coating, however I didn't see anything in the documentation stating you could or could not do that. I'm sure the thickness/viscosity of the product is how it is intended to be.

(3) It is also very, very temperature sensitive. It emulsified, clumped and crusted-over very quickly during summertime heat (even in the shade). I'd recommend to others a spring or fall application of the coating.

(4) I used a roller - with mixed results. The texture of the finished coat was far from uniform. I used both the recommended "texture" roller cover and a standard roller cover with a medium nap. Neither out-performed the other; in fact, in some areas the texture cover did better but in other areas the standard nap roller yielded a better result (better is defined as both "a more uniform thickness" and "a uniform visual appearance").

(5) I like the bed liner-like texture of the coating on the metal-grid section of my motorcycle trailer deck. It should provide more stable footing when wet. However, it was hard to apply to the grid-deck. I became so frustrated that midway through this part of the job, I spray-painted the steel grid with Rustoleum to ensure everything was covered.
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We used this product today to put a bed liner in our Ram 1500 truck. When sanded and masked correctly, the finished results were very good! Time will tell if the product will peel or degrade, but as far as appearances go, it's top notch when done neatly and per instructions.
If I remember, I will come back in about a year to report its durability.
You can see a picture of the final result here: [...]
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I bought this . I have been prepping and painting cars , trucks and buses for 23 years . I used this product one time and will never use it again . It faded to grey and started lifting in about 3 months.I liked how it went on and covered so I sanded the whole truck body and used it to paint the entire truck ( a custom built off road 4X4 ). The whole truck looked great then in about 3 months it was grey and chipping and flaking . I haven't even put anything in the bed that would even damage it or cause it to wear out or chip. I called the tech. service # and they where no help and did not believe me and refused to be of any kind of help. They said it is not made for the body it is made for the bed. They said it holds up to wear and tear in the bed like sweeping and shovels , loading stuff sliding stuff on it but it wont hold up on the body that never gets wear and tear like a bed . I said forget I did the body and just reimburse me for the material that I used on the bed they refused . I have to removed all of it and start over and this time I will use a well known high quality material like my friends did their first time and they tease me for being cheap and trying this . I learned my lesson .
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I painted the floor of my 4x4 with this stuff and while it did stick it takes many coats to get the desired thickness, got sticky way too fast (the roller would get stuck and then I'd mess up the coat trying to get it loose) and it had no texture to it. I'm planning on painting over with herculiner so I'll post if that stuff works any better.
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