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by Marker [OP] » Aug 08 2012, 2:08am
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by RAFFY » Aug 08 2012, 2:16am
Marker wrote:Just got my new-to-me 2011 Silverado 3500HD SRW home and want to ensure I treat it right. What I am concerned about is all the paint in the rear wheel wells that will get gradually destroyed with various debris. Chipping and rusting over time may make this pretty ugly.
Has anyone sprayed any kind of undercoating on these wheel wells. If so what did you use? how is it standing up? how does it look? would you do it again?
by 08max » Aug 09 2012, 12:15am
by cruisin_n_style » Aug 09 2012, 5:12am
by RAFFY » Aug 09 2012, 5:48am
cruisin_n_style wrote:Yup, sprayed mine with rubberized under coating (available in a rattle-can from auto parts stores or hardware stores). I let it cure a few days, then bought and installed wheel well liners from GM. They are molded plastic and pop right in with included push retainers and screws. I just wanted to be sure I had the wheel wells protected properly, so that's why i doubled up with the undercoating spray AND liners.
by cruisin_n_style » Aug 09 2012, 6:58am
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