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Here's a pic of the Viking with wood in the back - have no clue how much it weighs. Most was green Cherry. Back end went way done. Blankie to protect the bed until I get around to doing the spray in/roll on bed liner. DIY mats helps.
 

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The Viking looks good at all times.
 

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Yamama looks very nice at work... When you start looking at bed liner applications. Look at Monstaliner. monstaliner.com
I did mine over the weekend with thier product, and it came out excellent...
 

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Awesome pic MooMoo
 

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Thanks. I was in the ladder stand and thought that would be a cool picture.

I did discover that I really need more lights and they need to be mounted up high. Driving through the tall grass and brush the head lights are not very affective for seeing very far in front of you. This is a new hunting camp for us and we are still exploring it.
 

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Yamama looks very nice at work... When you start looking at bed liner applications. Look at Monstaliner. monstaliner.com
I did mine over the weekend with thier product, and it came out excellent...
Yo DOGLOG,
Do you have any pictures? Looking at their wedsite and they look good on there. I was thinking of getting the red tint to match the rest of my Viking.
 

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Here's a pic of the Viking with wood in the back - have no clue how much it weighs. Most was green Cherry. Back end went way done. Blankie to protect the bed until I get around to doing the spray in/roll on bed liner. DIY mats helps.
Nice, is that the parking garage for he in the background :)
 

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Yamama looks very nice at work... When you start looking at bed liner applications. Look at Monstaliner. monstaliner.com
I did mine over the weekend with thier product, and it came out excellent...
Thanks for the tip:D.
 

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I wish I would of went with red, I just did Black, Prep is the key.. It lays down well, and looks like Rhino or line X. I heated the garage to 72 deg. and had a dehumidifier running at 38% humidity and it worked great.
 

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Looks good, Doglog.

I'm trying to decide if I want to spend that much to do it myself or pay a little more and have someone spay it. Did you do the outside (over the tires and the front that faces the cab) , as well?
 

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Looks real nice.

Im loading up my Vikng this evening, and taking it tomorrow to a place t oget the bed sprayed for $175, which isnt to bad i dont think.
 

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It's $145.40 for a 1 gallon kit (black) and if you want a color that is extra. The red tint is $41.75. I am thinking about this as I want to coat the inside and around the outside. I'm sure a gallon is more than I need but I don't think a quart will be enough and you can't get the quart in a kit.

If you have the Camo you can get OD Green tint for $18.50. That would be cool, I think.

Here's their price list.
Monstaliner do-it-yourself roll-on truck bed liner
 
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