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Old 05-24-2011, 03:24 PM
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Anyone tried to spray liner there fender flares???

Just got my raptor liner kit... Got it with 5 bottles.. 3 for the tub, 1 for the inside of the hard top, and was going to use the other for my fender flares.. getting tired of that faded look.. And applying back to black is getting old too..

So has anyone tired to spray line there fender flares?? Any suggestions on how to prep them? If anyone has any pictures that would be great too..
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Old 05-24-2011, 05:41 PM   #2
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There are a lot of threads about painting flares, such as this very informative one, and I've seen quite a few who used bedliner. That particular project is getting near the top of my "to-do" list.
I'm sure that if you use the search feature you'll turn up countless threads on this topic.

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I did mine yesterday with the duplicolor spray bedliner. It came out good except for a couple spots where the can did not shoot consistent(seems to spray out in black and some type of texture). If i were to do it again I would paint it with a brush. In will get some pictures up soon for you but I think it looks much better with bed lined fenders.
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Piece of cake. Other then taking em off. Remove front markers,wipe down with wax/grease remover, sand with 220 grit, wipe down again, spray.

I used Duplicolor Liner on ours. Follow the directions. Light coats, I went with 4.
If you try and cover in one coat or go to heavy on the coats, it will lay down and be shiny instead of textured.

One hour in 90 sun and they were back on. And I bumped em, banged them off stuff, even dropped one on the concrete. Coating shrugged it off like nothing.

Liked it so much I did the back of the tub for the mutts. 3 spray cans covered from the step up to the rear, up to the tops and the tail gate with 4 coats.
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