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Old 02-12-2013, 12:23 AM   #21
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I haven't tried it on my doors yet, i might use real sound deadener on them, this stuff sticks reasonably well if you heat it with a heat gun and press it down, i'm just worried if it falls off in my doors it will land on the window glass and cause a mess. Also the plastic sheeting is painters plastic, i believe i bought it at menards.
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I haven't tried it on my doors yet, i might use real sound deadener on them, this stuff sticks reasonably well if you heat it with a heat gun and press it down, i'm just worried if it falls off in my doors it will land on the window glass and cause a mess. Also the plastic sheeting is painters plastic, i believe i bought it at menards.
That would be so easier to use than this paper I have been using. It is such a PITA!
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Ya man way better, it didn't take long at all to mask off the entire truck.
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That ice and water guard won't go anywhere once its in 60 degree plus weather for a few days.
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Old 02-14-2013, 07:41 PM   #25
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Me and a friend have been working on a roof rack for his duramax after work this week.

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did you buy the 4-5in rcx lift kit? was wondering what width tire your running.. i have same year with that lift and im running 315/12.5/17 dick cepek crushers but i was going to look for 13.50s... idk though.. great build buy the way!!! love the set up
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Ya i bought the lift and installed it myself. I'm running 315/75/16 mud grapplers.
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We finished the roof rack and bedliner on my buddies duramax this weekend and i got most of the new interior in my truck, just need to recover the expy console lid and finish installing my double din pioneer.

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That's a clean looking truck! How did you prep the upol liner? Did you sand down to the metal or just sprayed on top of the paint?
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On the truck I just roughed up the clear coat with 220 on my da, and on the bumpers I sanded them with 80 grit and sprayed them with self etching primer.
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