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Spray/ Roll On Bed Liners ?

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I bent up the side of my pickup and rather than repairing the rocker panels were just going to bend them back and im planning on putting down that black Bed Liner rubber on the rocker panels to protect them and cover up the boo-boos!

Has anyone done this before or used any specific type of Bed Liner "paint stuff" that has been easy to apply and durable? Just looking for a brand thats user friendly and will hold up.

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not sure how that will work. I put the herculiner roll on bed liner in my pickup. If I had the money i would have gone spray in, but that wasn't an option. the rubber one is good enough for what I use it for, but won't stand up to any kind of heavy use. after a few years it's starting to let go around the edges as well. are you putting it in the bed, or on the outside??

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