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Old 09-05-2014, 12:03 AM   #1
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Rear wheel well

I'm working on installing a set of flat fenders. Noticed rear wheel well linear is not going back, so i have a white jeep and the rear wheel well is staying white. I think i want it to be black. What do u guys do to turn it dark. Paint or plasti dip?
Can you write up step by step details on how to achieve it including names of products that are needed.

Here are some pictures of what the jeep looks like now.

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I put Smittybilt Flares on both Wranglers and used spray on bedliner for the rear wells. It turned out very well.


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I put Smittybilt Flares on both Wranglers and used spray on bedliner for the rear wells. It turned out very well.
Did you have to sand the oem paint and then apply primer, then bedliner? Or no prep work required?
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No prep other than cleaning some dirt and grime off first.
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Bedliner here also and I bedlined the pinch seam under the doors
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Did you take your hinges off and paint them? If so how difficult was it?
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Old 09-05-2014, 11:23 AM   #7
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Did you take your hinges off and paint them? If so how difficult was it?
Yes and it wasn't that bad, one door gave me issues but I was learning so part of it
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No prep other than cleaning some dirt and grime off first.
Thanks. Couple more questions:

1) with bedliner do i need to use primer before applying bedliner?

2) how many coats should i do?

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