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    http://www.duplicolor.com/products/bedArmor/

    I want to use it in the bed of my 71 c-10 and was going to use por15 on the frame, but this uv rays don't effect it..
    and might be able to kill 2 birds with one stone..

    the product sounds good,(but it's an ad, that it's job)
    any oponions?

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    water-based, rubberized polyurethane coating
    thats like saying "the new water based synthetic mobil 1"

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    the death rate and fairy tales cannot kill the nature left behind.

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    • #3
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      A kid in the neighborhood did the exterior of his cherokee with it ... said its easy to touch up when he hits "things" ...
      Whiskey for my men ... and beer for their horses!

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        Originally posted by Bamfster
        A kid in the neighborhood did the exterior of his cherokee with it ... said its easy to touch up when he hits "things" ...
        I'm not sure I'd ever admit to my local (ret.) policeman that I occasionally hit "things." ;D
        Doing it all wrong since 1966

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          Re: Has anyone use this product yet

          Originally posted by Buickguy
          Originally posted by Bamfster
          A kid in the neighborhood did the exterior of his cherokee with it ... said its easy to touch up when he hits "things" ...
          I'm not sure I'd ever admit to my local (ret.) policeman that I occasionally hit "things." ;D
          I'm hoping he meant when he four wheels it....hoping.....
          Whiskey for my men ... and beer for their horses!

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            Re: Has anyone use this product yet

            Originally posted by Bamfster
            Originally posted by Buickguy
            Originally posted by Bamfster
            A kid in the neighborhood did the exterior of his cherokee with it ... said its easy to touch up when he hits "things" ...
            I'm not sure I'd ever admit to my local (ret.) policeman that I occasionally hit "things." ;D
            I'm hoping he meant when he four wheels it....hoping.....
            does it look like he's driving tuperware?
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            • #7
              Re: Has anyone use this product yet

              Saw one with "Rhino Liner" which I'm assuming is like this, spray in. Seemed to work well, stuff no longer slides (within reason) around on bed denting sides. Don't know how it wears though and if its suitable or cost effective for frame finish.

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              • #8
                Re: Has anyone use this product yet

                Originally posted by CTX-SLPR
                Originally posted by Bamfster
                Originally posted by Buickguy
                Originally posted by Bamfster
                A kid in the neighborhood did the exterior of his cherokee with it ... said its easy to touch up when he hits "things" ...
                I'm not sure I'd ever admit to my local (ret.) policeman that I occasionally hit "things." ;D
                I'm hoping he meant when he four wheels it....hoping.....
                does it look like he's driving tuperware?
                It actually looks pretty cool, not plastic looking at all. You can tell when he touches an area up .... it's shiny when he first applies a new coat. It usually dulls up after a few weeks of driving and you can't even tell where the spot was.
                Whiskey for my men ... and beer for their horses!

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                  Pity da foo who's going to try to restore that truck in 10 years....

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                  "If it don't go, chrome it!" --Stroker McGurk

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