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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 04-04-2007, 12:43 PM Thread Starter
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Bed Liner on Wheel Well Lips

Hey I was just wondering what yall thought about this, My '99 has quite a bit of gouges/chips on the lips of the fenders from the last 133k miles. I was thinking while I take my truck to get a bedliner I might as well get the inside lip of the fenders sprayed at the same time. Is there any problems that I might not be thinking of?

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post #2 of 6 (permalink) Old 04-04-2007, 02:39 PM
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I had it put in the wheel wells to hopefully deter some of the corrosion and the only drawback I see is the mud stains it and it really doesn't wash out. Somebody on one of the forums had his rocker panels done the same color as his truck and it looked pretty good.

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I cleaned up a friends truck before he sold it. he had the bedliner coating sprayed on the bottom of the rocker panels. what i found to clean it up nice was bleech white, the brand used to clean up tires worked really good. not sure if you will have same results but it took all the mud stains off and i armor alled it to give a little more protection from the mud and dirt.
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there is a couple around here with there rocker panels done, there also is a tacoma that is fully painted with it and its sweet. i also have seen one with the sides of the bed done instead of having cap rails down the bed.
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Thanks, My truck is black so the bedliner should look good, I cant wait, I've been in Korea for too long

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Autometer Guages were stolen!

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Man they wanted like 900 bucks to do my lower two-tone. So i told em' to stick it!!! That's double what it cost to do my bedliner:
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