Hey, Sorry I just saw your message. It was really easy to do. you literally just take off the grill and take out the turn signals and do a light sanding and clean it off with a clean rag, then just spray it with bedliner. I like the rustoleum brand in a spray can from walmart, about $8/can. do about 3 light coats and let it dry for about 4 or 5 hours, then carefully put it back on. had it on for almost a year and about 28k mi and not a single problem with that or the wheels. But, for cleaning, you do have to use a power washer to really get mud/sand/bugs out of it. For the wheels I have a whole complete write up. http://www.wranglerforum.com/f118/be...ls-101764.html
Hey I noticed in the "Lift Reviews" thread that you bedlined your grill and your rims. I am interested in how it went for the rims. I am thinking about doing this but its the only thing I haven't found on youtube. How long ago did you do it, how has it lasted, how long did it take? How much did it cost? Any information you could give me would be greatly appreciated. Thank you for your time in advance
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