The transformation has begun...
Thanks man, well I spent nearly 3 hours sanding. I had minimal rust spots in various spots(pinhole size rust holes) so I spent a lot of time making sure I sanded out all the rust and did an even smooth sand. I basically just wanted a rough surface to lay the bedliner down on the truck, its not necessary to grind the paint down to the metal. I then took it and washed it down to get all the excess debris, dust, dirt, etc off the surface, once it was dry I began to paint, no need to prime because I left the factory primer on. When I began to paint I laid down an even spray to start off with, no need to coat the entire truck first try because then you risk having blotchy spots and uneven areas, you just want to lightly spray, you can always go back with additional layers to fix it up.looks sick so far. What prep are you doing?
Oh I understand, believe me had I had halfway decent paint I would've never dared to do this.Yes it does. I've seen quite a few people do to old beat up Jeeps but never a few year old truck. LOL Is it even paid off yet? :huh: