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Old 09-26-2011, 07:34 PM   #91
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Here are some pics!!!! Stock wheels blacked out with bedliner.

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Old 10-26-2011, 09:31 PM   #92
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I don't mean to be a pain, but I'm seriously considering this, and I was wonderig if you could post a close up of the rim, is it smooth like spray paint or is it really rough like sandpaper?

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Old 10-26-2011, 10:37 PM   #93
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Have you seen the bed of my dad's truck? Same stuff. That red Lincoln Navigator at school last year also had bed liner on it.
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Old 10-26-2011, 10:41 PM   #94
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Oh shit, hey zack, didnt expect to
See you on here.. Yeah but he might have used a different type/brand. That kids car looked like shit
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Old 10-26-2011, 10:47 PM   #95
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That was the ugliest car I think I've ever seen
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Old 10-26-2011, 10:48 PM   #96
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I agree.
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Any good all terrain tires that you guys have found that fit the stock rims?
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Old 10-27-2011, 09:27 AM   #98
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Any good all terrain tires that you guys have found that fit the stock rims?
Goodyear duratracs
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Old 10-27-2011, 09:33 AM   #99
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I don't mean to be a pain, but I'm seriously considering this, and I was wonderig if you could post a close up of the rim, is it smooth like spray paint or is it really rough like sandpaper?
I would give you a close up of mine but they are covered in mud right now. I used duplicolor spray on bedcoating. It is smoother than most bedliners, but rougher than paint. Not so rough that you cant clean them though.
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Old 10-30-2011, 04:40 PM   #100
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Do you recommend putting undercoating on first?
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El Gringo, your wheels look very nice.. you did a wonderful job!

If I may, I would like to make a suggestion. Grab a permanent marker and color the wheel weights so they don't stand out so much. You have this sexy flat black wheel with this thumb-sore wheel weight poking out!
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Do you recommend putting undercoating on first?
I would not, the texture is.... weird.

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El Gringo, your wheels look very nice.. you did a wonderful job!

If I may, I would like to make a suggestion. Grab a permanent marker and color the wheel weights so they don't stand out so much. You have this sexy flat black wheel with this thumb-sore wheel weight poking out!
thanks. I actually prefer the wheel weights, I think they look cool against the black, to each their own. I think they look kind of militaristic, but with out going over the top.
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So, I'm having a bit of an issue with this. I am past the sanding and primer and taping off parts and on to the spraying of the bed liner.

I'm using Dupli-Color liner and my issue is that the spray is coming out very thick and in huge drops giving me everything an odd texture and uneven coating. I wondered if maybe the can was too cold or something, so I set it in front of a heater for a good hour or so. It's now nice and warm, but still very thick and not quite what I was hoping for. I'm in my garage where the temp is hovering right around 75 with heaters blazing, so I don't think temp is an issue.

Any help?
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So, I'm having a bit of an issue with this. I am past the sanding and primer and taping off parts and on to the spraying of the bed liner.

I'm using Dupli-Color liner and my issue is that the spray is coming out very thick and in huge drops giving me everything an odd texture and uneven coating. I wondered if maybe the can was too cold or something, so I set it in front of a heater for a good hour or so. It's now nice and warm, but still very thick and not quite what I was hoping for. I'm in my garage where the temp is hovering right around 75 with heaters blazing, so I don't think temp is an issue.

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make sure you arent spraying too close to the rim you should almost always be at least a foot away when using any type of spray and dont be afraid to do multiple thin coats patience is key to a nice looking paint job
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Yeah, I have been making sure that I was a good distance away, right around a foot and a half-ish. I've been spraying at cardboard trying to figure it out, but it seems that regardless of distance I'm still getting huge drops.

I'm a bit at a loss for how to continue. I'm all primed and ready to go. I might just go for it and, I guess hope that it evens out.
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Yeah, I have been making sure that I was a good distance away, right around a foot and a half-ish. I've been spraying at cardboard trying to figure it out, but it seems that regardless of distance I'm still getting huge drops.

I'm a bit at a loss for how to continue. I'm all primed and ready to go. I might just go for it and, I guess hope that it evens out.
Did you shake the can good? Only thing I can think of
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Oh yeah, soooooo much shaking. I'm noticing that when sprayed on the cardboard, it's thin enough that it kinda flattens out, and loses most, if not all of that bumpy texture. So, if that carries over to the wheel, we should be in business. I'll post back when I find out what happens.
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Did this a few weeks ago, it really does turn out good
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Were you having any issues with thick spray? Also, Rustoleum or Dupli-Color?
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Well, good news and bad news.

Good news is that the spray flattened out and gave a nice even coat, mostly.

The bad news is that the excess brought, from the thickness of the spray, pooled in the center and as it dries, it is starting to crack the liner. I think I'll sand it down to be even and try and figure out a way to deliver a thinner layer. for the next 2. The other thing is that it is taking litterally forever to dry...like 5 hours for 1 coat.
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Well, good news and bad news.

Good news is that the spray flattened out and gave a nice even coat, mostly.

The bad news is that the excess brought, from the thickness of the spray, pooled in the center and as it dries, it is starting to crack the liner. I think I'll sand it down to be even and try and figure out a way to deliver a thinner layer. for the next 2. The other thing is that it is taking litterally forever to dry...like 5 hours for 1 coat.
Hmm that's weird. I have only used rustoleum with no problems on lots of projects. Also when it forms globs try cleaning off the spray tip.
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This is getting frustrating...

Am I wrong to expect this stuff to harden a fair bit harder than latex after like...10 hours???
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This is getting frustrating...

Am I wrong to expect this stuff to harden a fair bit harder than latex after like...10 hours???
Go get some rustoleum
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I'm thinking I might need to do that. Just gotta figure out a use for 3 and three quarters cans of this stuff...

I've heard the rustoleum holds dirt like nobody's business.
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I'm thinking I might need to do that. Just gotta figure out a use for 3 and three quarters cans of this stuff...

I've heard the rustoleum holds dirt like nobody's business.
I power wash mine with no problems. Take the unused cans back if you still have the receipt.
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If it is spraying thick and dripping, it's too cold. Make sure the can is inside around 70+ degrees overnight and dont let it get colder. I've sprayed with 40+ cans of this stuff and cold always does that to them.
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I'll have to try that. I thought I had it warmed up enough, but it is my garage...
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Turns out temp was my problem. I thought I had them heated up well enough but I guess not. I gave the cans a nice hot water bath to warm them up and the spray is extremely fine now.
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Looks good, glad you got it working!

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