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View Poll Results: Stock, PlastiDip, Bedliner, Powdercoat
Stock Aluminum 1 9.09%
PlastiDip 5 45.45%
Bedliner 1 9.09%
Powdercoat 4 36.36%
Voters: 11. You may not vote on this poll

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Unread 04-12-2014, 05:17 PM   #16
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I will add, DON'T lay them down. It's a spray can, have them upright. Sitting them upright would be best so you can apply evenly all over. If you lay them down and spray it's gonna spit some globs out more frequently. You will have more control upright, and just do light coats until you have what you like, never spraying for more than a couple seconds at a time. Light passes so as not to get running and build up.
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Unread 04-12-2014, 06:01 PM   #17
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I will add, DON'T lay them down. It's a spray can, have them upright. Sitting them upright would be best so you can apply evenly all over. If you lay them down and spray it's gonna spit some globs out more frequently. You will have more control upright, and just do light coats until you have what you like, never spraying for more than a couple seconds at a time. Light passes so as not to get running and build up.
Before and after pics too

2010 WK North Edition 5.7 Hemi, QT2, loaded Black WK #102
I've found that the bedliner works best when sprayed on a horizontal surface due to it's tendency to run if it gets too thick. The Rustoleum uses a can that will spray in any position so orientation doesn't matter.

Anyway, he posted pics in his build thread and the wheels look great.
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