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Old 10-09-2012, 11:58 PM   #1
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Default looking for pictures of bed liner herculiner, etc.. on rear bumper

like the title says... looking to find any pictures or someone that can point me towards someone that has done this on there rear bumper. please and thank you
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Old 10-10-2012, 12:30 AM   #2
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I've done it! I'll get some pictures up tomorrow if I remember!
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please and thank you.. i googled for 30 minutes and still couldnt find this yr truck bumper bedlined
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Most people use spray on bed liner in the can. Like rust oleum
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I used rustoleum spray on Bedliner and it has held up well. I don't have any picture right now though. Also if you do the bed caps it doesn't hold up that well when sliding stuff in and out
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Old 10-10-2012, 04:25 PM   #6
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if anyones can get any pictures for it me. that would be great... looking to do this on saturday which ever way
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heres mine, rattle can bedliner:

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thats not bad.. do you have any close up pictures of it?.. did you use rustuleum or dupli color?
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rustoleum. $7.11 at lowes.

no close-ups of my bumpers but I do have it of my toolbox and bed rails

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In your over all opinion.. do you like the way it looks? Would you ever consider going another route with a different product once you finished it?

my thing is.. I don't mind doing the spray can.. but I also want to see how it comes out with like a herculiner.. something that has more rugged look...

so I don't spend the money spray can-ing it and then not like and and spend more money on herculiner or something similar. thank you for every ones input!!

and whatever I am going to use I'm going to use on the rear bumper... chrome area of front bumper, fenders flares and bed rails.. so it has that "rugged accent" kinda like FX4MAN2002 has done on his
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