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View Poll Results: Bedline it?
Yes 26 56.52%
No 20 43.48%
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Old 02-05-2011
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i think it's retarded and looks fugly, considering thre's nothing wrong with your paint.

but go with what YOU like, not what everyone else tells ya.
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Old 02-05-2011
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I vote yes as im doing it to!!! I love it I have my grill ring that is usually crome or body color is done to and looks sweet.
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Old 02-05-2011
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just make sure you'll be ok with it, because it will be tough to go back. it looks good either way.

maybe just do your wheeling, then if it gets beat up line x it (or whatever) at that point. i'd like to see you do it though.
it'd be nice to get a guinea pig. and also i'd like to see how it looks on yours before i do mine
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Old 02-05-2011
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Originally Posted by Sonic04Edge View Post
there is some stuff out now that is guaranteed not to fade I forget what it's call now. Not really worried about the clean part as much. It is my 4x4 lol.
There is some clear coat stuff that Line-X can do that will keep it from fading.

Also if you wipe it with armor all like once a week that will do it do.

Also I vote do not do it. It looks good on trail rigs and SAS trucks but not on DDs. It's a mud truck kinda thing, not light trails kinda thing. I was considering doing it also but I decided instead to have my truck two-toned with DSG when I get it painted.

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Old 02-17-2011
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IMO line-x is the only way to go....looks the best and cleanest...look at my pics...ive had mine done for a while
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Old 02-17-2011
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I vote yes ive got mine like that and love it and its not that tough to clean
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Old 02-18-2011
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Originally Posted by Tys 4x4 FTW View Post
aaaaactually its not bad at all. all i ever do is go to the quarter wash, use the big brush they have to clean it and then use spotless rinse. never had a problem. and im sure mine has faded a bit in the last year or so that i've had it done, but nowhere near the point that its noticeable. and i used the cheap herculiner **** from vatozone.
Same here ty never had a problem cleaning and it looks awesome too
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Old 02-18-2011
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I plan on doing this too. I like the looks and I think it will give good protection of the rocker panels from chips and tar. I did read about a product called Durabak that has a UV inhibitor or something like that. It costs more with the UV inhibitor but it shouldn't fade like the rest. I read some reviews and apparently even that army uses it. Maybe worth a try.
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Old 02-18-2011
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I voted no. I mean, it doesn't look bad, but I like your truck better without it.
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Old 02-19-2011
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Nothing like a little extra protection from kicks, bumps and crap so do it already. :)
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Old 02-19-2011
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done yet?
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