Hey im thinking about painting the quarter panels on my 88 gl 10, anyone know of a good paint to do this? I want it to be somewhat like rhino lining in the bed of a truck. Has anyone done this before?
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Posted 15 February 2013 - 01:17 PM
Check this stuff out. If you follow the directions and prep it properly it will never come off. I used it to line the wheel wells in in my old Jeep after tubing it out and the only time it came off was when I got a rock the size of a melon stuck between my tire and the fender well. A quick tap of the skinny pedal spit it out, but took a dime size piece with it and left a nice sharp dent too.Through Durabak, Its available in a wide variety of colors and is almost identical to Hurculiner, which you can get at Orielly's in black. grey, and I think red.
Heres a review of it with install tips:
Posted 26 February 2013 - 12:54 AM
well i did it with the spray on stuff from oreilly, it was gloppy so i rolled it out and it actually looks really good, im gonna put another coat on and see if I can get some more texture, it looks like skateboard drip tape right now.
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