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post #1 of 3 Old 03-08-2008, 11:59 AM Thread Starter
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powdercoatin the nerf steps

gonna powder coat the nerf steps that came on my 07 psd, the chrome plating is coming off after 4 months. anyone know how the rubber top caps come off and if they come off will they ever go back on

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line-x em' that would look just as good and give them more life from rock chips, stepping on them etc.
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Leave the step plates on, and have them Rhino lined. I had the same problem with my old truck, so I took them off and had them sprayed. They looked great and 7 years later when I sold the truck, the only place you could see wear, was where I stepped, to get in & out on the driver's side.

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