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Old 03-28-2011, 01:23 AM
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Alright well first i got 2 new fenders for my truck. The paint and clear coat was originally messed up when i bought the truck so i put on the new fenders, did all my cutting again, sanded everything down, bedlined the flare part of the fenders, along with the rockers and bottom part of the door, put on my new lug nuts and went wheeling lol. I have pics of during but for some reason the chip from my phone has format problems and wont let me get the rest of them now. But here is the truck after the bedlining. Then the offroading lol. Dont have much pics of it either because like i said my phone is being horrible but heres what was salvaged. This is from the night before then onto the next day. This wheel was legit a foot off the ground. If i had longer shocks she would have dropped.
Then the aftermath lol
 
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Next on the list is zr2 torsion bars and 31x10.5x15's! I could use the bigger tires being on the beach
 
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looks great man, but what size tires are those then? Also what exactly did you use on the bedlined fenders cause I just sanded and painted mine black haha
 
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looks like the wheeling i do. niceee
 
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The tires are 235/75/15 and its duplicolor bedliner. I need to go over a few spots still and redo it. Yeah i know the mudding you do its really similar and i spent $20 powerwashing and still no where near done. I hate mud how it never comes off though and now i remember why i hated it lol
 
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Liking the new mud paint job you did. Looks like you had lots of fun. Makes me want to go wheeling.
 
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Awesome! :thumbsup:
 
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Man, I really like the looks of the bedliner. You don't have a body lift on there, do you?
 
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Thank you and nope, i have lift springs and coilerovers in the rear and a tbar crank in the front
 
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Thats a nice looking truck. I love the look of bedliner.
 

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