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Old 09-02-2014, 12:51 PM
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I am planning a "re-fresher" for my 2 place open trailer this fall. I am going to acid wash the aluminum and re-seal the deck. A question I came across tho is about using truck bed liner on the deck. Has anyone ever seen or done this? Any input on it?

I think the black deck trimmed with bright aluminum would look good.
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I am assuming you are talking about a spray on bedliner and it works pretty good RMKlumsy did this on his sled deck wood and it has held up pretty well. I would stain the bottom side of the wood to make it last longer.
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Yes. The liner says it works on about any surface including wood but that treated wood may need a primer. Just wondering if any one has tried this and of it held up to loading and unloading.
I think I'm going to give it a go.
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Not sure it would hold up well on wood. As you ND guys were talking about the new Restore type stuff for your home deck the wood is constantly "flexing and moving". I would think on wood surface the bed coating would crack and flake just like the other stuff.
Maybe I am wrong but might not hurt to do a test pc to see what it does.
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