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Old 04-09-2010, 02:31 PM
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photo chop my truck

anybody want to photoshop my truck I want to see what it would look like with bed liner where the silver is and around the wheel wells, got some rust I want to take care of
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when you go to get it done i recommend Ziebart in Biddeford. thats who i went to to get my friends truck done. it came out awesome!!!


he had the wheel well rot ( worse than in your picture) so i put cut outs on it and had it rhino lined. its simply awesome looking

i also just had a 09 bumper rhino'd by Ziebart to go on this truck





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Old 04-09-2010, 03:18 PM
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how much did that cost?
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$1800 the flares, the grill, and the bumpers are encapsulated

there was some body work that they had to do before they could spray it. it had herculiner on it before so they had to sand it all down and chemically peel the residue before they could spray the new. so it will most likely cost less.
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Old 04-09-2010, 03:28 PM
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ya I'd probly just paint the truck, if I got flares I'd just leave them the regular textured finish
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it could be cheaper elsewhere. all depends on who you know and the quality of product used. i know that maaco has a bedliner product made by SEM that would have been about $1000 less. but the owner of the truck insisted on rhino. and since he was paying i had no problem getting it done that way
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I think they still sell do it yourself kits .
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yup,

there are several products out there for DIY bedliners... the most popular being Herculiner
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Old 06-01-2010, 06:56 PM
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Do the DIY liners look good and hold up well? do they fade and get chalky?
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i prefer line-x. me and my dad have had both of our truck beds done by new england off road outfitters. i find the service there great, and the guys really friendly. line-x also has lifetime warranty. but the work is pricey. probably close to rhino. if i remember correctly it was close to five hundred for the bed of my ranger.. so it should be less for the bottom of your truck i would think..
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