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Default Spray On Bedliner for Factory Fender Flares?

Has Anyone done this? ANy tips/suggestions? I am sure i'll need to strip all the armorall/black magic off first!
Are these easily removed/reinstalled?

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I was just doing some research on getting mine line x'd
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I did this with my OEM fenders. Used Simple Green degreaser to clean them then sprayed them with Dupli Color Truck Bed Coating (blue can). They lasted at least the 3 years I had them one (moved to different fenders) when I gave them away they still looked great.
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Originally Posted by jedg View Post
I did this with my OEM fenders. Used Simple Green degreaser to clean them then sprayed them with Dupli Color Truck Bed Coating (blue can). They lasted at least the 3 years I had them one (moved to different fenders) when I gave them away they still looked great.
Great. Thanks for info/Simple Green Suggestion..
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Originally Posted by pdx-rubicon View Post
Are these easily removed/reinstalled?
It looks more complicated than it actually is. Just some bolts and a bunch of plastic clips. Wouldn't be a bad idea to have extra clips on hand for the re-install.

clipsandfasteners.com

A20887 - box of 15 - $9.02
A11146 - box of 25 - $3.18
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Originally Posted by nthinuf View Post
It looks more complicated than it actually is. Just some bolts and a bunch of plastic clips. Wouldn't be a bad idea to have extra clips on hand for the re-install.

clipsandfasteners.com

A20887 - box of 15 - $9.02
A11146 - box of 25 - $3.18

Good idea Thanks.. That was one of my concerns was clips breaking!
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Originally Posted by pdx-rubicon View Post
Good idea Thanks.. That was one of my concerns was clips breaking!
Definitely get extra clips. you can buy them in a kit. They will break no matter how careful you are.

I did this with the bushmaster extended pocket flares, but for the cost of the bushmasters I should have kept factory flares. Used Raptor Liner. Degreased flares, cleaned with alcohol, plus also used u-pol adhesion promoter. The liner is holding up great. Just be sure to let it cure for a few days before reinstall to ensure that it keeps a good adhesion.
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Originally Posted by nthinuf View Post
It looks more complicated than it actually is. Just some bolts and a bunch of plastic clips. Wouldn't be a bad idea to have extra clips on hand for the re-install.

clipsandfasteners.com

A20887 - box of 15 - $9.02
A11146 - box of 25 - $3.18
Found the fasteners on Amazon as well. about same price but free prime shipping..
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