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Old 05-18-2017, 07:46 AM   #1
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Bedlining Rockers

Hey y'all, just ordered some Raptor liner to do my rockers on my 03 gold crew cab hemi! I've been wanting to do it for forever, and now that it's leveled I'm stoked to see it. Just had some questions on what y'all would do specifically:

how would you mask the lines to leave straight lines? My cutoff will be on the bodyline right where it starts to go back OUTBOARD as you go up the divot line. Hope that makes sense lol. Will frog tape or masking tape work okay? And should I wait til it dries or do a second coat and remove it before it dries?

How much sanding should I do? 80 grit and get the clear and some basecoat off?

Should I use an acid etch primer ? Or not worry about a primer.

For those that have used spray on liner: What's the best PSI to use on my compressor? 55?


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Old 05-18-2017, 08:47 AM   #2
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I didn't do my rocker panels but I did the fender lips way back. I tapped a line and sprayed 2 coats using rattle can liner after sanding with 120 grit mainly to scratch surface not sand thru. It has held up for years. If your using a compressor spray setup that will be thicker and tape may stock needing to be cut with a razor blade to get it off. It will deff angel it rock and hazard proof as even my little fender job has saved the lips from minor crap on the street
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Old 05-18-2017, 10:57 AM   #4
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