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Time for me to start saving my pennies.
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why does only one side of your truck have mud flaps? lol

looks good.. ditto on bigger tires!
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It looks good, you just need to do the rear bumper and the back of the cab and front of the bed.
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Looks good..

First person i saw do it was ummmm the blue one... forget his sign on name.. his optima blew up and burnt his truck down... lvl2?
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why does only one side of your truck have mud flaps? lol
haha bc i started taking them off and my girlfriend came over...yea...lol...just havnt got around to it lol
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What kind did you go with?
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i dont remember the name of it but it was from autozone
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hmm black n gold, you'd fit in real nice in Pittsburgh
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i dont remember the name of it but it was from autozone
I was thinking about doing the auto part store bedliner on my rocker panels. I called line-x and they quoted me $800 to do my rocklers.

How did you prep the truck for this?

I am very interested in how well this holds up over the next year or so. I have heard bad things about store bought bedliner flaking off if you don't do enough prep, and that is my greatest concern. Its not hidden like my bed is.
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Looks good, Just need new tires and to finish up the few areas left! I plan on doing this on my 01 that was at the meet. I'm going to pull mudflaps, but my mud terrains throw rocks like crazy, SO i'm hoping the bedliner will protect my rockers and not get stone chips.
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For $800 for the rockers? Better have a warranty.

Freddie: Thats a great idea. I wish i thought about removing my flaps, now i need a new paint job.
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Yeah My M/t's have already injured my rockers to an extent, and thats with flaps on. I REALLY want to pull the flaps but not until I have a plan to protect the rocker panels.
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