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Old 04-23-2013, 04:09 PM   #1
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Default Finally bedlined rear fender well

Well I finally got around to doing this, and I'm glad I did! I forgot to take before pics, but here's after. It looks great imo.
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I need to do this, looks like it turned out good. What prep did you have to do? Thanks in advance
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Looks good what did you do it with
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I need to do this, looks like it turned out good. What prep did you have to do? Thanks in advance
There wasn't much prep Involved, just because the roads I go down had already wore the paint to the metal. So I pressure washed it to get loose paint off, then degreased everything with purple power. After that, I used dupli color truck bed coating for the liner. It turned out better than I expected! It looks and feels just like bed liner! I used 1 can on each side and it was $10 a can at pep boys.
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Dupli color truck bed coating
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I did that but for some reason the spray on bed liner doesn't hold up. I even tried prepping with primer beforehand.
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I did that but for some reason the spray on bed liner doesn't hold up. I even tried prepping with primer beforehand.
Well hopefully mine holds up lol. It says not to prep it with primer on the can though. I wonder if that's why it did that?
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