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Old 03-12-2009
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This guy coated the bottom part of his truck with bedliner. That seems like an awesome idea! What do you guys think about this idea?

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A couple people on here have done it, 08xlt4x4 is one off the top of my head.
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I did it rite
Looks like he did it on the underside also. Unless that is just a oil leak

Notice just to the left of the tire
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Only like if it done with Line-x or Rhino do not like the cheap out of can stuff or rollers...

I use the Can stuff on tons of things it never seems to hold up very good
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^^idk about those who can't seem to make the spray can stuff hold up....mine has held up for a darn good while I think....goin' on a year + on flares and bumpers being coated with it.



if that frame is coated, they did a really sh!tty job! look at that front rad core support bracket.....i still see rust!
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I'm pretty sure that for best results, you are suposed to sand down the area with 180-220grid sandpaper, and make sure the area is real clean before spraying. That may be a reason for the peeling. It says so on the can, haha!
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The final finish is only as good as the prep work.
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