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Old 10-10-2010, 03:25 PM
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Line-X along bottom of truck. Pics?

I just bought an 03 F250 crew cab 4x4 short bed. It's white with brown/copper along the bottom and a lot of the paint is chipped off in the wheel wells. So I'm curious how it'd look with black Line-X or a similar product sprayed on the bottom to cover up the brown. My thoughts right now is black Line-X along the bottom, Bushwacker pocket style fender flares painted or coated black, black wheels and 35X12.50's. If anybody has any pics of something like this, I'd be really grateful. What do you guys think?
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did the rockers today
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Old 10-10-2010, 09:05 PM
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I've been thinkin of doin the line-x with mine too. I've had a few ppl tell me it looks better 2 tone but im thinkin solid black will be pretty freakin sweet lol
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SOLD! That is exactly what I'm going to do. Do you know if the bump molding along the side of the truck on the doors are just glued on? Trying to decide to keep them or not
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Do it in white! They can dye rhino liner or line-x to match your factory paint. IMO all white looks much cleaner
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Mine is all black and i love it. It is a little hard to keep clean but it looks sharp when it is.
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Here are some pics of mine




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If you want to do it yourself try this stuff. Al's Liner. DIY Truck Bed Liners!
I used it in my bed, it is awesome, and easy to apply.
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I used Hurculiner
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I used Hurculiner
How did you do the door jams?
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