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Old 12-30-2013, 07:02 AM
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Bedliner Rocker Panels

So I'm looking to add a little parking lot body armor to my truck and I wanted your opinions.

I can't decide if I'm going to roll the liner up to the lower body line on the fender, or go up to the higher one. My truck is tan and I'll be using a black bedliner. I almost want to get a can of PlastiDip and try both before I make anything permanent but before I go through that hassle, I was hoping you guys had some pictures.

I would love to see both (lower and upper body lines around the fender) if any of you guys have done it. Most of the pictures I'm finding are either on a black truck which makes it hard to really tell what's going on, or just the rocker panels done.

Let's see what you got...
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Here's mine. I previously had done the rustoleum rattle can bed liner which was coming off then I had someone do spray on liner for me. I love it!!
I did re installed my fender flares after this picture which were also painted with bed liner.



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Well I know my truck is dark blue and not tan, but here are some pics of mine. I removed the pin striping and went up to the lower body line. I used Duplicolor Bed Armor with Kevlar in it and was very pleased.





If you haven't seen this thread, it's a good one to look at... painting bumpers and other parts with bed liner
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Thanks for the pictures (and the link, I'm not sure why that didn't come up when I was searching.) I'm just trying to figure out which body line to go up to around the fenders. Decisions, decisions...
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Mine went to where the top of the pin striping was in the "before" pics then it got moved up to the actual body line that wraps all the way around the fenders. If you are going to do the fenders I personally think it looks better if the rockers follow that same line. IMO
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