I did the rockers, flares, and bumpers on my '98 Sonoma ZR2 with Duplicolor spray-on bedliner. There's a ton of guys in my ZR2 club who have done it with LineX. I wish i would have gone that route the first time...but the Duplicolor isn't too bad. Nice thing is, i can just spray it back on when i tear it up. LineX usually has a lifetime warranty on theirs, so all you'd have to do is stop by their shop to have it re-sprayed.
I used the Duplicolor on my fender flares. I would have left them painted but I got into it with a concete column and lost. Overall I like it. If you just spray it on it looks to glossy to me. I let it dry and then made real quick, misting type sprays form about 3 feet away to give it that textured look. Thats how you texturize a bedliner.
zr2.com. I still have the z, its my daily driver. I use the duramax for towing and highway driving. I cannot wait to lift the z and turn it into an official "toy", I've got just the rig to pull it with....
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