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finished rocker panels!! pics!!

finished it up the other day, not alls i have is the rear bumper! i love the new look.

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Not bad looking at all.
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You do this yourself?

Looks good!
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Just a suggestion....unbolt your bed from the frame, move it back like 2' so you can coat/line the front of the bed and the back of the cab....it'll flow ALOT better.
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Just a suggestion....unbolt your bed from the frame, move it back like 2' so you can coat/line the front of the bed and the back of the cab....it'll flow ALOT better.
That is what I was thinking.
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Just a suggestion....unbolt your bed from the frame, move it back like 2' so you can coat/line the front of the bed and the back of the cab....it'll flow ALOT better.
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ya i noticed that too but i thought as long as i got a nice even line there it wudnt look bad.
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is that bedliner?
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^ yeap
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Looks good. Bigger tire time now.
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is that bedliner?
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nice job but she is screaming real tires
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so can you use that to coat the frame aswell? looks good btw
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^ OMG i know lol that is fer shur the next thing, imma have to cut back on the small **** and save for new tires lmao
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so can you use that to coat the frame aswell? looks good btw
actually for the frame i used 3M Rubberized Undercoating
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That looks mighty fine. Nice Job!
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I guess I'm the only one that doesn't like it
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Looks great! I love having it on my truck, so easy to clean and touch up. I have a feeling this trend might catch on more on RF.
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x2, lol!

who else has done this on the forum here? is it just us 3?
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^ theres two otheres that posted pics in the project log section
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Looks great! I love having it on my truck, so easy to clean and touch up. I have a feeling this trend might catch on more on RF.
what? this is rf?
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^ i dont get it lmao
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I guess I'm the only one that doesn't like it
i don't really like it either
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I Like It Looks Good
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