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The DupliColor Spray On Truck Bed Coating. It's awesome. Have been completely satisfied with the product thus far. I've used it on several parts in the past including my Total Chaos Shackles and the Splash Guard that I made for the LF inner Fender. It has held up well on those pieces so I thought I'd try it on some other parts. Today, I coated the "crash bars" and mounting brackets on my PC lift kit. Some of the powdercoating was flaking off so I figured I'd scrape off what I could and coat the parts with this stuff. You can still see where the powder flaked off, but I went with a lighter coat on these parts than the others. Wanting to see how well a lighter coat will hold up.

The factory applied coating that is on the tow hooks had worn off on one of them, so I removed both and coated them with this stuff as well. They turned out pretty nice as well.

Another reason for coating some of these parts is to test the long term durability of the product when exposed to the elements. I might end up coating the lower portion of my doors/rockers with it in the future. I'm thinking of trying it on my beater work car first!!!

Will take some pics of the hooks tomorrow. In the meantime here are a few photos of the PC lift components.



 

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Very nice Warrior! Can you tint your taillights or windshield with that stuff too? :dunno: It sure looks better than the raw steel that's sometimes under there. Good job! :thumbsup:
 

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Yes, I'm removing my windshield today to have it done!!! LOL.

Here's a few more pics. I did the tow hooks as well. Also wire brushed a few places on the frame and the Pro Comp Drop Brackets and painted them Rust Oleum Flat Black. Looks better than all the rust that was under there!!!
 

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Yes, I'm removing my windshield today to have it done!!! LOL.

Here's a few more pics. I did the tow hooks as well. Also wire brushed a few places on the frame and the Pro Comp Drop Brackets and painted them Rust Oleum Flat Black. Looks better than all the rust that was under there!!!
warrior! looks [email protected]! btw, i was telling SDtitan1 about a dodge ram i saw last week that was covered entirely in a LINE-X or rhino lining material. yes, the entire truck, everything! i did a double, triple, quadruple take and long @ss stare! couldn't believe my eyes!

also, can you provide pics of that splash guard fender liner? i wanna see that! thanks! :cheers:
 

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54warrior said:
oh yeah, haha, i remember that thread! i see where the duplicolor addiction started! gonna have to do something like that too! in the mean time i got me a K&N pre-filter hydrophobic air filter cover that fits right over my AEM filter. allows air to pass with 0 restriction yet is completely water proof, well unless submerged in water but with my liners trimmed due to my prerunner fenders you could see the airfilter completely exposed.
 
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