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Old 02-26-2012, 02:56 PM   #11
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Dang that is one nice looking truck! Great cleaning job man! I gotta clay bar my truck one of these days ha
For the trifold I'd say get a Bakflip F1. I'm saving for it right now ($1239) and its honestly worth the amount you pay for after watching many videos and reading many reviews about it. I won't get it for another 2 weeks when I finally get enough (I'm only 18 ) but if you don't get yours by then I'll definately post a how to thread on aftermarket products if people are interested

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Old 02-26-2012, 02:58 PM   #12
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Will try to get some larger pictures up later. I think if I drag them from my phone instead of upload them they may be better. :-D
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If you use bedliner on all of that stuff, lemme know how that turns out. I need to do something to mine..
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If you use bedliner on all of that stuff, lemme know how that turns out. I need to do something to mine..
Absolutely man. I think I might make this my build and mod thread. When it happens, the pics will be here. Just not sure if I want to take everything off or wrap the heck outta the truck with drop clothes and masking tape.
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Just ordered an Extang Trifecta Tri-Fold cover. I like the soft cover look. It is fairly low profile, and removes in minutes. I still need full access to the bed and tie downs. Looked at the BakFlips but I don't think I can fit my 4wheeler in the back with the tailgate up(the reason I went with the 6.5' bed).

Know anyone who wants an Extang Blackmax button down. Although I may bring it to an upholstery person with my mud boat and have them turn it into a seat and engine cover.

Thank You everyone for all the compliments on my girl. Makes all the hard work feel that much more worth it and gratifying.
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Extang Trifecta.... high quality....ease of use.... will never buy another kind again.
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Absolutely man. I think I might make this my build and mod thread. When it happens, the pics will be here. Just not sure if I want to take everything off or wrap the heck outta the truck with drop clothes and masking tape.
If I were you, I'd try pulling everything off. I know some guys have had them snap and crack, or broke the tabs, but I think if you were careful it would work. I'd just be nervous using it right next to my paint. Keep us updated!
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That worries me too. We have blast booth set up for bed liners at the office. The guys mask and cover the hell outta things. It's still a few weeks away. All depends on my mood. But I will probably take the easy stuff off and invest in white paper and drop cloths for the not do easy stuff. I am pretty OCD when it comes to painting stuff right w/ no over spray or contamination.
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Gettin ready to order some tow mirrors for my girl. All I got to say is, " I think I have trouble at sonic drive throughs now." LMAO. Just need this meeting to end.

I have some pics to load up of some of the work I have done.

Sprayed cowls and Crome running board steps with bed liner.

Installed behind grill lights.

My new trifold tonno cover.

Hopefully this weekend I can wire the lights. Finish The bed liner spraying. And wash her with a quick detail too. Might have to use a vacation day, haha. Then I gotta start gettin the boat ready for fishin season YAHOO.
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