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Painted half the truck with Bedliner!!!!

Here's a teaser:

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Looks good!
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we want more :)
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Will do :)
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nice man! what'd you use?
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I used herculiner roll on bed liner.... That **** is AWESOME. very durable stuff.. Also very messy.
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Think it will hold up well?
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yah it holds up great



f your teaser
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im gonna "how-to" it up a lil, in case anyone wants to do it.

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This stuff is DURABLE AS HELL. I dont imagine this stuff EVER coming off. Prep work is key though..
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You did a great prep work and it does look good.
A little late BUT the Plastic Step Plates on the sides of the Bed can be un-snapped and removed; there are four Clips holding each on. Two Clips on the outer edge that need to be pressed together to get them to slide out (one needs to be popped using a Clip Prying Tool) and two hook type clips on the inner edge.

Anyway, I have to ask, what made you go with the Bed Liners instead of a “Shield Guard” that is clear and goes over the paint ?
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Anyway, I have to ask, what made you go with the Bed Liners instead of a “Shield Guard” that is clear and goes over the paint ?
Because the bedliner looks great!
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Looks good but we need more pics of the full truck now!
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Because the bedliner looks great!
Opinion is an opinion but I was wondering if you had another reason, better rust proofing or hole filler (your truck doesn’t look like it has any holes) or something else.

What you do to your truck is you, not me, so I am only asking a question here !

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Looks good but we need more pics of the full truck now!
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Cause its a truck,needs beef not pretty
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a guy on trs has this..3 inch BL and 33s he also painted the bottom too

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Hurculiner is some good stuff. I used it on my truck as well.
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Hurculiner is some good stuff. I used it on my truck as well.
You should do your bumper too!
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Ty cut your tailpipe back ha. And Chris enough with the teasing! We need more PICS!!
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I might have to try this stuff out.
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So just curious how much does it cost for a gallon?
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Yea so I'm going to post a picture of my truck and be like everybody else just because I want to. I don't even have bedliner on the side of my truck but I thought everybody would enjoy looking

We're posting pictures of trucks herculined. Thanks for post-whoring. (edit, your post is gone. Thanks mods)


And Scrambler82..

The herculiner has a little bit of thickness to it so I didn't really see being able to herculine under the little plastic plate. I just taped it off cause that corner is very hard to properly paint herculiner into.

Also, i did it because with my tires sticking out i tend to throw up rocks into my door and sides. I also had a big paint chip i hid underneath it. And also, black on red looks awesome.
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I've wanted to do that but I think it would look stupid on a black truck
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Ive considered this my self! I need more pics of this truck now, since it appears to be DWB like mine
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