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|I like it, it came out good..
I couldn't help noticing you left the bed bolts in, most shops I seen do take those out before spraying, I would think to minimize chipping the hard work if they ever need to be pulled.
I to want to do my bed and I was also told a ridiculous $545-600 price too.. I said it's a 93' Ford ranger and I'm paying cash, not a full size f350 with an 8 ft bed..
Told the guy he was higher than giraffe pussy and that I could save money driving back to Corona, Calif and having Wolfliner do it for half that for cash.. On further thoughts because of the temps here in Vegas being well over 110* often enough. I found out many materials, specifically the more rubberized ones like "Rhino Liner" will expel and collect a toxic gas/fumes with a topper or lid on the back.
Since I have Flip-Pac, more or less a living space I dont think I am going to take the chance finding out even though I was looking at different materials.
So now, I am wanting to pick up this company from Texas that makes a spray in Audio Sound deadening material that is NON-toxic and can be layered in the same manner. They also offer a 2nd material that follows along with heat rejection meant for rooftops, outer door skins, and floor boards/firewalls; as much as 30% reduction So I think that is the direction I am going to go with 2-3 coats of the sound deadening material and at least a layer of the heat rejection media too.
I hope the texture comes out like yours.. I wasn't to impressed with the old spray painted black cottage cheese look I've seen some others come out.
Last edited on Thu Oct 26th, 2017 04:23 am by Undrstm8ed
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