Hole patched! Its not a great job, but itll be hidden once the interior is back together.
Up front, i have to strip the sound deadener. Originally i was going to cover it, but its peeling up pretty badly so its gotta go.
Masking off the interior. I have tape sticking up thru all the screw & bolt holes so i can find them later.
..and done! Its sprayed with Al's Liner Heat & Noise Reducer. Hopefully this stuff works well, i guess we'll find out soon enough. They claim that a 31 mil coat is all it takes to do the job (approx 1/32"), which is what ive got down. I do have enough to do a second coat, im still debating doing it.
Its borderline too cold to spray it & leave it outside, and i couldnt climb back in with it wet, so i had to winch it back into the garage. Nice and warm in there so it should be fully cured tomorrow.
Looks like weve got some kind of storm front rolling in tomorrow, so i doubt ill get to spray the bedliner until next week.
So ive got about an hour into masking off the truck; a lot of it is that the HNR & Bed liner are so thick theyll cover over the smaller holes for the interior trim, so ive got a ton of tape-work to make sure i can find them after the liner is down. Like anything else, all the time is in the prep; it only took about 10 minutes to do the actual spraying.
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