- Full truck bed liner paint job
- Expanded metal grille
- Hood pins (rednecks love hood pins)
- Shaved door handles
Step 1: Getting the truck ready & paint
Since im using bed liner to paint the whole truck sanding was minimal, just enough to scuff the clear coat so it will stick well.
The bed liner i used was Duplicolor Bed Armor made with kevlar. It came with a 1 gallon can of bed armor, a roller and brushes.
Once the whole body of the truck is scuffed up and free of any sanding dust or oil, roll or brush on the first coat. The great thing about this paint job is that no matter how you put it on its almost impossible to do it wrong because the end result is an abrasive finish. i did two coats just to be safe, I also bought a can of sprayable Bed Armor for hard to reach areas.
Overall this paint job only cost $120 and it gets alot more looks than any stock paint