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  1. anthozy

    anthozy FRF Supporting Member Supporting Member

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    So, I decided to rebuild / refinish just about everything on my Raptor... mainly because of all of this time off.

    Check out the difference!

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    It looks good, amazing what a little elbow grease can do. I've been gathering fluids and parts for 150k maintenance and just getting started on spring cleaning but the darn weather won't cooperate.
     
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  3. anthozy

    anthozy FRF Supporting Member Supporting Member

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    Hell yeah. Absolutely. I’m from Pittsburgh so I hear you.
     
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    Is that you in your avatar?
     
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    I like that. It's bugged me for a while how inside the rear fenderwells looks so unfinished. i was thinking of hitting it with a can of the spray in "bedliner" cheapo version just to get it dark
     
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  6. anthozy

    anthozy FRF Supporting Member Supporting Member

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    Lmao no it’s “Edbassmaster”
     
  7. anthozy

    anthozy FRF Supporting Member Supporting Member

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    Just don’t use the rubber stuff! I’ve always used Rustoleum Primer + Matte Black Paint - Then scuff + POR15 Coat. I spent hours scraping rubber coating that was applied years ago on this truck.
     
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    There is also a product out called WoolWax, which is a lanolin based anti corrosive. They offer a dyed black product that could work in the fender wells for a clean appearance.
     
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    Love it. Gotta do this
     

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