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Old 10-09-2008
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bedliner paint project

so far ive done my fender flares and front bumper(plastic and metal peices) i got the bedliner caps off and will do them tomorrow. the lower front bumper is done and the middle piece is drying. ill take pics tomorrow of the flares and bumper. then hopefully have pics up of the bedcaps and rear bumper saturday. the only thing is that its my gf's homecoming this weekend so that might slow me down a little. i will need ur guys's opinion on wether or not to do the rocker panels also. i might even photoshop wat itll look like. sry postin with no pics i really wanted to tell u guys lol i promise pics tomorrow tho =]
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Here is how my truck looks after all of the rhino lining if it gives you an idea of what yours will look like.

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oooo :)
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crappy pics, but heres my Lin-X job:

note: my tailgate is done now, so the line-x goes all the way around
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DUDE THATS BA, i think that made up my mind i will probally do the rockers now. that looks sweet-both of ures im goin to take pics right now!
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here we gooooooo the bedliner caps are off for now im debating wether or not to do those also.

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that looks freakin awesome! i want that on my truck.
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Looks way better Phil! I need to come see it. When are we starting your power conversion?
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wenever u want, dude come over right now
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I'm on lunch break from work. Otherwise I would. You should do the rear bumper. The metal part to tie it together.
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lookin sharp man
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I'm on lunch break from work. Otherwise I would. You should do the rear bumper. The metal part to tie it together.
i was actually thinking of doing the plastic part, my whole idea is to get rid of all the grey so its just black and yellow. the grey kinda throws it off.
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Do the whole thing maybe? I don't know. It just seems like since you did the entire front bumper it'd make sense to do the entire rear.
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i AM doing the rear, the grey/plastic part, not the yellow/metal part lol
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the bumper looks good! need to get those rocker panels done now...
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yeaa. . . that will be my next step along with the bedcaps and rear bumper
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my friend did his dodge the same way ill see if i can get some pics for you guys we supposed to go mtn bikin sunday
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If u don't mind me asking how much did that cost to get it sprayed all the way around
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