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Old 01-04-2012
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tailgate repair with bedliner

i painted my tailgate yesterday and took some pics for you guys.
i think it came out really good.

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it was my first time painting-i made a mess and the lines where the tape was supposed to protect got messed up, and i got paint where i didnt want it but it was fun
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Looks great to me! I too have used Bed Armor in my pickup and love it! I have even patched where I scratched through to the bed.
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good idea.
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Came out great.
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YA im really happy with the results. Ill prob continue with side fenders wen it warms up. And credit has to go to taylor for the idea.
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Turned out good.
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Looks great... I like the look of bedliner from the bodyline down all the way around!
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Looks good! Thats defiantly a cheaper repair!
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Looks great. Ive thought about doing the bottom trim all the way around on mine
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Thanks guys. Now what do you think? When i do continue to paint around should i paint the fenders as well? Remove them and paint? Or jus leave em?
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YA im really happy with the results. Ill prob continue with side fenders wen it warms up. And credit has to go to taylor for the idea.
So you took my advice huh? lol.

Looks good man. Im glad you like it.
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Look'n good.
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