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Old 04-21-2009
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Bed liner on truck?

So I My truck is getting sprayed with rocks with my MTs I drive a lot of gravel. I was wondering if i could get the bottom twelve inches or so sprayed with bed liner. To hide/protect the dings. Idk what color idk what it would cost just an idea. What do you guys think. Any info on it would be great!
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check it! https://www.ranger-forums.com/forum2...=rocker+panels
do it black, or since yours is black, be different and go red lol
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Yes you can. Many members have done it. Look at 08xlt4x4's profile.
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https://www.ranger-forums.com/forum2...ad.php?t=77974

look at the last few pages. total cost was around 50 or 60. did all the work my self, with the help of 2-3 friends. a few teens did a hell of a job.
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Not a Ranger, but a former co-worker's truck once got keyed very badly. His response to that? Bedliner'ed the entire exterior. From a distance it just looked flat black, not until you got up close could you tell it was bedliner. This was about 8 years ago and he did it himself with a few beers, so I am sure a professional or at least someone sober could do a bit better job.

With that thought, a few years ago I remember reading an article in a mag where a guy painted his Mustang with industrial grade paint because he lived in a pretty nasty area too and said it was holding up great.
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I'll probably be doing it on mine before next winter.
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Jordan -

There's a place in Evansdale that I think does this - I know that they do beds, as they sprayed mine, but I'm pretty sure they'll spray whatever you want. I was really impressed by their quality and service, and they were quite a bit cheaper than LineX (no... I don't work for them, LOL).
http://www.pro-liner.com/contactus.htm

It's related to the question at hand, I hope that's not too much of an advert.

Anyway - there's someone driving around Waterloo who has linered (I don't know by whom) his entire truck. I thought it looked pretty sweet.... for a Dodge.
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