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Old 07-23-2010
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I hope it doesnt fade or crack on you. Looks good
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I hope it doesnt fade or crack on you. Looks good
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Well it cannot physically crack so I don't think thats an issue. They sell products to restore its glossy look(cause the sunlight slowly makes it fade a little bit).

But the product is so cheap its easy to repaint it. I've had mine on 2 years now and it looks nice still.
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I've wanted to do that but I think it would look stupid on a black truck
It wouldn't look stupid at all. Besides, function over form.
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Ive wanted to do that for the longest time now but I just cant bring myself to scuff my paint off like that... once you start, you gotta finish... looks good though!
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It looks great! How much did it take to do the lower part of the truck?
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not much, a quarter of a gallon maybe. I wish i put one more coat on mine but i had a roadtrip like 2 days after i started.
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that's some crazy ****. prep must've been damn scary. looks pretty awesome though.
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I really want to do this! Two tone dsg and black will look very nice I think
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that's some crazy ****. prep must've been damn scary. looks pretty awesome though.
the prep IS scary when doing this haha
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I have looked at the prices of this online, and talked to a friend who did a jeep floor and he said thats its worth the money. So i think that this is going to be my next project
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Well it cannot physically crack so I don't think thats an issue.
It does crack if there is a build up in one spot
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Ill get more pics soon!!
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siccck. i may have to do mine too
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What are you guys using for sanding? and are you painting it on with a paintbrush or rolling it on?
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scotch pad is all you need and then clean the surface before applying the bedliner
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that stuff would be good for re-coating some stuff under the truck...

not mine... lol its still very new
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Good job!
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hmm i wonder if the black would look good on DSG? i may have to do this to the F150 when i get back from afghanistan!
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Looks cool.
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line-x is the way to go IMO....it looks the best too
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does anyone have a pic of this on a whise 4x4 that is stock? i love this mod cuz i get like oil or tar or something that doesnt come off all the way on the lower half of my truck! any pics guys? also Chris said you only need a scoth pad? what exactly is that?
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does anyone have a pic of this on a whise 4x4 that is stock? i love this mod cuz i get like oil or tar or something that doesnt come off all the way on the lower half of my truck! any pics guys? also Chris said you only need a scoth pad? what exactly is that?
You know that pad you clean your dishes with thats green? Thats it, you can buy it at any grocery store.
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You know that pad you clean your dishes with thats green? Thats it, you can buy it at any grocery store.
oh wow so that sanding in the previous post isnt needed?
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ok yeah I want more pics so I can see what my truck would have looked like done. And also get some damn vids up of your truck, I've never heard it run I dont think!
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