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post #1 of 6 Old 07-28-2009, 08:14 PM Thread Starter
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Question BED LINER KIT ? SHOCKS ?

Well this weekend i might change out all my front suspension ball joints and everything else. but any ways i want to install new shocks and a steering stabalizer so what kinda shocks and stabalizer should i go with? and eventually i will be putting a 2inch lift on the front b/c i just bought sum 36inch millitary tires!!! . now this weekend i'm tearing out my bed liner why you ask ? im tired of everything sliding back there blus it looks beat up !!!!!!! so have you guys used hurculiner or any roll on bedliner if you have what are your expirences ? what i was thinking of doing was getting rustoleum oil base white and get that play sand mix it together and roll it out on the bed i do that on boats so why not a truck ?what do you think ?
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Best mod to do would be to get a 3" RS kit and SD V and B codes with correctly valved Bilsteins. Will ride better than a 99-04 SD stock. I've helped many do this mod and their has beed many posts. PM if I can help.

I used hurculiner once..better to get a spray on IMO

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if you have a good compressor i would go with one of the DIY liner kits that is a spray on....
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Smile qwikliner spray on bedliner kit

I have p[urchased the qwikliner spray on bedliner kit and I am fully satisfied with the performance ,quality and price.
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i work for autozone commercial, and i have personally tried the hercliner and the Duplispray liner, the spray seems to not fade as much as the herc, however the herc has more holding power even more so than the Rhino we have in the ranger, so the rest is up to you, use what you want
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Smile spray on bedliner

I used qwikliner spray on bedliner and fully satisfied.I found the best bed liner at best price.
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