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03-22-2012 02:08 PM
lildrummaboy16 wow.. that looks freaking amazing!
03-22-2012 12:11 PM
Grateful Parrot X2 on bedliner. Painted wheels.



And painted bumper.

03-22-2012 12:04 PM
tbensor Used bedliner on Fender Flairs and Krylon on bumpers

03-22-2012 09:07 AM
ROCKIN05LJ bed liner for sure...very tough stuff. front and rear fenders, plus sliders all painted with it.
03-22-2012 03:27 AM
lildrummaboy16 for some reason your pic wont show up :/ and are you talking about the Rust-oleum bed liner? and if so how did it turn out/ hold up?
03-22-2012 02:04 AM
LaurenceCly I recently used their spray can bedliner on my rear bumper.
03-22-2012 01:35 AM
Rolf
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I've been doing some experimenting on different surfaces and finding the following, especially since I use a lot of different rattle cans on different stuff. The hammered is just for appearance. Its not flexible at all. The bedliner is slightly different but I've found over winter that it does not expand or contract. I've had a new, super clean battery box of thin metal that would expand and contract and with the temp changes the bedliner just flaked off. Regular mopar paint did well however. On a side note, for black I'm finding the plastikote is durable as all get out. Another option also though, and it only comes in gloss is sprayable epoxy appliance paint. Takes forever to dry but its also damn near indestructable. Not sure about how it works with the flexing but having used it on washers and dryers in the past which shake, rattle and move I've never had it flake at all. So I'd suggest the appliance epoxy or plastikote. Especially when you have issues with temperature changes and flexing.
Rust-Oleum makes a textured plastic paint that looks virtually identical to their bedliner. It is totally flexible and really very durable. That is what I used on my fender flares.
03-22-2012 12:41 AM
CrazyBull I've been doing some experimenting on different surfaces and finding the following, especially since I use a lot of different rattle cans on different stuff. The hammered is just for appearance. Its not flexible at all. The bedliner is slightly different but I've found over winter that it does not expand or contract. I've had a new, super clean battery box of thin metal that would expand and contract and with the temp changes the bedliner just flaked off. Regular mopar paint did well however. On a side note, for black I'm finding the plastikote is durable as all get out. Another option also though, and it only comes in gloss is sprayable epoxy appliance paint. Takes forever to dry but its also damn near indestructable. Not sure about how it works with the flexing but having used it on washers and dryers in the past which shake, rattle and move I've never had it flake at all. So I'd suggest the appliance epoxy or plastikote. Especially when you have issues with temperature changes and flexing.
03-22-2012 12:31 AM
Jeeplover1 Great job nice jeep.. I want to paint my flares but there under warranty
03-22-2012 12:31 AM
2002TJ I shot my buddies Cherokee flares on the truck 2 years ago with Non-Fusion Krylon Satin Black and they still look new. I've never tried their plastics paint.

Come to think of it, my GF shot her Bronco plactic seatbacks with Fusion and she scraped it off with her nails later...don't know if she prepped it properly
03-22-2012 12:30 AM
lildrummaboy16 great looking jeep bro!
03-22-2012 12:00 AM
TJspeed bed liner. My uncle used the fusion and it started to flake. I have bed liner on mine its awesome!
03-21-2012 11:13 PM
2002TJ Definately Krylon on the flares. I stopped buying ANY other spray paint Once I discovered Krylon. If they made bedliner, I buy it too.

Last year I bought a new demin black Harley. Demin Black is Harley's tern for flat black...I bought a small unpainted fairing from harley to mount on it. After lots of questions on Harley forums, I went with Krylon Satin Black.

Harley wanted 20 bucks for a SMALL can of denim black, and all the guys on the forum were right, Krylon's satin black was a perfect match in every way and also help up after countless baked on bug splatters.
03-21-2012 10:27 PM
TnDz TJ Krylon Fusion for the flares for sure.....
03-21-2012 10:14 PM
lildrummaboy16 Am I fine using the Krylon for my fenders tho? will the black match?
03-21-2012 09:57 PM
florida4X4wrangler I used a cheap bed liner spray from walmart for mine and they have held up great! No chipping or peeling, and the mud and dirt wash right off of em!
03-21-2012 09:56 PM
2002TJ I recently used their spray can bedliner on my rear bumper. I LOVE how it turned out. Check out the pics on the thread about Rustoleum bedliner.

http://www.wranglerforum.com/f5/rust...er-146635.html
03-21-2012 09:55 PM
lildrummaboy16 thanks for the quick reply! great advice keep em coming!
03-21-2012 09:52 PM
TnDz TJ I prefer the Rustoleum Bedliner for my bumpers and wheels.... it holds up great and easy touchup if needed. I did use Plasti-Dip for my bumpers, but stripped em and recoated with this instead... much more durable when you hit stuff on the trails, like boulders and junk....

03-21-2012 09:48 PM
lildrummaboy16
Rust-oleum bed liner or krylon fusion satin for my 03 bumpers?

I was planning on using the krylon for my fenders but is that ok for my bumpers too? which one would be better? Any thoughts or opinions are very appreciated! I also heard of Rust-oleum Hammered ... any thoughts on that one as well?

Thanks again!

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