Gator Guard II Truck Bed Liner Kit

    Item #10129Z Brand: Gator Guard

    This item cannot be shipped to Sacramento County

    Details

    Gator Guard II Liner Kit in black seals and protects your truck bed A truck bed that's lined with a tough, durable, black coating like Gator Guard II increases your truck's resale value, reduces maintenance, and adds a nicely detailed look.
    • 2-part epoxy formula
    • Black
    • Just spray, brush or roll on
    • 1 kit covers 32 sq. ft.

    About Gator Guard II Truck Bed Liner Kit

    The tough durable coating that seals and protects! Increase resale value, reduce maintenance and add a detailed look. Drop in liners can warp and trap water and contaminants that lead to bed corrosion. This two part epoxy is easy to apply with a wide brush, roller or sprayed with Undercoating Gun (16030A). Cured finish is flexible at low temperatures, offers a non-skid chip resistant finish. Adheres to firmly adhering paint or bare metal. Degrease area to be coated and mask. One kit covers 32 square feet. Most truck beds require 2 kits. 2 or more kits are available at a discounted price.


    Contents

    Each Truck Bed Liner Kit includes one container each of parts "A" and "B", a total of 1.7 liters or enough to cover the bed of a small truck. For larger trucks or heavier coats buy 2 kits.


    FAQ’s

    At 72 degrees F surface will remain tacky for 7 hours. After 48 hours surface will have no product transfer and may be used for heavy loads. Do not wash surface with soap, water, or any other solvents for a minimum of 2 days after application.


    Warranty

    Made in Canada. QUANTITY DISCOUNTS AVAILABLE FOR THIS ITEM


    Application

    This coating is appropriate for all surfaces except polyethylene and similar plastics. Lightly scuff to roughen surface before coating. Make sure surface is free of any grease or oil. Mix equal parts of A and B thoroughly. Brush or roll mixed material at a 5-10 mil thickness. For spray application using a shutz type gun, apply a medium-wet coat at 35-65 psi. Immediately clean off any overspray and applicator with mineral spirits or paint thinner. Works best between 65 and 95 degrees F. One kit coats 32 sq.ft. with a 5-10 mill coat.


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    Not recommended (Posted on 9/1/2013)
    Review by Tom
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    I used this product on two projects and after two years it pulled away from the surface and cracked in many places. Also became extremely brittle chipping away if struck. There must be a better product for DIY out there. To compare - I just bought an old truck with Rhino bed liner, I don't know how old it is but is be there a long long time and still has a flexible rubbery texture.
    Good product, a little difficult to apply. (Posted on 1/16/2013)
    Review by Dannoman
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    I bought some Gator Guard and used it inside the box on my El Camino. I am generally happy with it but there are a few things to keep in mind if you are considering it for your vehicle. This is a basic, lower cost product so you should not over expect too much. It does what it is supposed to do so that’s what is important. I am happy with the coverage, one pack was enough to do the bed and inside 4 walls of my El Camino with about a third left over, and I did lay it on heavy. After it dried, which in the heavier areas took about 2-3 days; it had a glossy finish with many very sharp grit pieces apparent. The glossy black finish is not too cool because it really shows the grit bumps and big clumps in a more pronounced manner than one would prefer. It appears to have a nice tough bond to the vehicle’s sheet metal though.
    The really important thing about applying this product is to take the mixing instructions very serious. The one can has thick black material in it that is reminiscent of roofing tar. The other can contains fluid of a paint thinner type of look and smell. If this combination is not mixed thoroughly, there will be clumps of thick black goo that will clog your gun tip or leave ugly clods if applied by hand.
    I tried the paint roller method. This did not work out well. The knap of the roller allowed big globby clods to be applied, so I opted to apply product in bulk with the roller, then spread the product around with a brush for even application and clod break up. There are brush marks in some places, and if I pressed too hard, some gray streaks were left. The best way to apply Gator Guard would be by sprayer, but only after mixing the 2 cans thoroughly!
    good product (Posted on 11/12/2011)
    Review by jim
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    I used 2 cans on my super crew shortbed, minus the tailgate. looks good up until the sprayer (sold here) kept clogging, I would then put my finger on the nozzele and pressurize the can. This caused a couple big seagull turds to shoot out and land in the bed. So then I would remove the sludge can and stick the sprayer in some asetone and try again until it clogged. No idea what was happening, product was mixed well. sprayer sucked.
    Very good (Posted on 8/14/2010)
    Review by David
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    So far am very pleased with durability and looks. I applied it to the floor of my '52 Willys Wagon. I don't know if I didn't apply it thick enough because one kit did the whole back floor.
    Disapointed with appearance (Posted on 7/27/2010)
    Review by finkstr
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    I purchased the Gator Guard to use on my pickup toolbox rather than have it coated with Rhino Lining like the rest of the bed. Unfortunately that turned out to be a mistake. The surface turned out to be very rough with some areas even "sharp" to the touch. At first I thought that I had applied it incorrectly but that was not the case. I mixed and applied it according to the directions. Although the price iand value are fair, I cannot recommend this product.
    great stuff, but needed more (Posted on 4/18/2010)
    Review by bovinedeity
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    First off, the suggested two kits for larger trucks doesn't really work. I bought two kits for my full-size longbed, I was able to get two thirds done and ran out. I going to try to finish with just one more, but its going to be close. I sprayed to the economy sprayer sold here.. Worked great at 75psi. Everything cleans up well with acetone. The A part of this epoxy is a thick sludge. Tis makes mixing an interesting and potentialy messy affair. Be prepared for that. Other than that, 2/3rds of my truck bed look beautiful.

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