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Icon5 anyone here who has done the spray on liner on their flares?

i'm going to be doing a spray on bedliner soon and i'm just curious if there is anyone here who has done the flares?

i just washed my truck and started noticing all the nicks and dings on my flares and i got to thinking(never a good thing lol)

i'm just wondering how this would look or if i should go all out and do the bed/flares/and rocker panels
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no, never been done in the history of RF, no one has ever searched either!!!
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lol i searched it after on google. i just have a feeling i would be made fun of for it since i don't have 4wd hahaha. oh well.

sick truck carl! kudos for fitting the 38's i'm gonna have to show it to my buddy who's runnin 37's just to tick him off
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you should bedliner the flares AND rockers and bumpers.. it looks so mean on a white truck!
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gahhh i know. i should lol.

besides that my plans as of now are:
black headlights/corners/tails/and third brake light
black grille with the chrome bars
and once i wear my tires out im stepping up to some 18" kmc xd series teflon wheels and probably doing the fabtech 3''.

with everything blacked out and the nice blue lift parts it should be pretty dialed in :D

oh and i'm pickin up my fx4 buckets tomorrow!!! #[email protected]* yeah!
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did you click on the links I posted
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yes i did! and i have decided i am doing all of it haha. maybe not all at once(why does everything have to cost so danged much??!! lol)

i think i'll do the bed first since im banging it up pretty bad with all of my quad crap but maybe net paycheck i'll go get the rockers/flares/and possibly the valance while i am at it
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I did all my flares and bumpers and the bottom of my truck in Duplicolor bed liner (in the can)...Turned out great! I love it!
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^ Looks good! How long has it been on for? Has it faded any? I've been thinking of using the same stuff on my Safari Bar and step bars...
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the stuff i used in the start of summer on my bumper/grill side mirrors has faded to light grey and looks like crap now, i'm not sure if that stuff in the gallon can has uv stuff in it, but the spray cans don't.
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I did all my flares and bumpers and the bottom of my truck in Duplicolor bed liner (in the can)...Turned out great! I love it!
seeinng a white truck i am sold! haha. i'll probably get it sprayed just for the warranty though lol
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are those corners just tinted or are they aftermarket? i've been wanting some bad and i got paid today haha :)
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the stuff i used in the start of summer on my bumper/grill side mirrors has faded to light grey and looks like crap now, i'm not sure if that stuff in the gallon can has uv stuff in it, but the spray cans don't.
What brand did you use?
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I did it a couple months ago..no fading yet, but sometimes you can see some lines in it from spraying it with a can. As for the corners...they are just the stock corner and i just misted some black over them.
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Shane did it with the duplicolor bed-liner in a spray can. Like $10 per can. Has help up well and looks great. Did his bumper too. I plan to do my bumper...maybe this weekend in the nice weather...
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That's the same stuff I used too...and the only bed liner in a can that I will use for now on...turned out great!
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