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post #1 of 5 Old 01-23-2010, 03:19 PM Thread Starter
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black paint and clear coat or spray in bed liner

I have chrome side steps on my truck and ...im not a fan of chrome ....

so you guys get to decide what i will do or have in put on what is best

I'm also gonna type up a how to on painting over chrome

im evetually gonna have my rockers rhino lined (i might do it my self)
but idk if the texture of bedliner will match though i can always get new steps

so decide:

Black with a clear coat over it

Spray in bed liner

Do nothing




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I would say bed liner. thats what i am plannin on doing to mine.

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Ya I would say the spray in bedliner also. That is some tough stuff that holds up very well.

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On my last truck I installed smittybuilt tubular sidesteps with what they called a "textured" finish. It was a light coat of black line-x and I loved them. The new ones are chrome and I also don't like chrome.

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bed liner and as for the second question in your sig get the exhaust and the
AFE theyll last a longer than any women on the face of the earth lol well most

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