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sweet, i'll have to use that stuff, where did you pick up yours?
a real local parts store not one of those crappy autozone's. anyplace that sells that brand of paint should carry it

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Do you think it would be good to spray the whole bed with that stuff or just get a spray in bedliner? If the bedliner would be better how much does that usually run because I had some crap in my bed that scratched off some paint on the inside of it and is now starting to rust!
to acully use it for what its ment for NO this stuff IMO doesnt go on thick enough for a bed and by the time you acully get it right you have almost spent the same amount for a Rhino/line-x. for like coating parts and stuff its great. but I wouldnt use it as a bedliner ZOOM has this stuff on his bed and hates it he is going to get it redone professionally. just go get a rhino/line-x done and its warrentied for life.
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well its definetly not as good as a pro job. it might work ok as a bed liner job. but it just works much better for smaller jobs that have less surface area...which means less errors.

but thats proly the best texture and strong looking stuff i have seen out there, some look really cheese, like just a paint job without little granuals
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well its definetly not as good as a pro job. it might work ok as a bed liner job. but it just works much better for smaller jobs that have less surface area...which means less errors.

but thats proly the best texture and strong looking stuff i have seen out there, some look really cheese, like just a paint job without little granuals
acully the crap fells like sand paper its got sand in it. but it makes it tough. hit a tree lumb on my light bar on top yesterday and went out to inspect it and there wasnt even a scratch on the stuff
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Looks sweet as always

Great wiring job and I'm glad someone else is a fan of the spray on bed liner, I use it all over my frame
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yea i might use that stuff to re-do my under side and frame...maybe even my axel

id love to have a good protection against or MN salt flat winters
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would you recomend using that product on the floor of a truck?
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no, it rub off too easily
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would you recomend using that product on the floor of a truck?
yes they have a roll on version that you can get thicker.
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no, it rub off too easily
and no it doesnt after it bonds its very nice hit all kinds of crap on my bar and front push bar and nothing has happened
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I felt like diggin up your old thread, but I do miss this truck:
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I think you just saved me some money lol. I was thinking about a light bar for my roof but I officially now hate them on regular cabs. I guess I am getting abed mounted roll bar. 80s style WOOT!

On a side note, put dat shat on ur extended cab lol.
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how good would that bedliner bond to the bed of my truck? i am afraid of it chipping
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roof mounted lightbars look like crap because the lights are mounted a foot above the roof, making the overall truck look like it's owned by someone who asked stevie wonder if his truck looks "ok"
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