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post #1 of 6 Old 09-09-2011, 07:29 PM Thread Starter
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06 with bedliner

Just put the tupperware back on today after having it coated with bedliner. A friend of mine that does trucks did it for me for a few dollars. I like the new look. Just wondering how many have done it.
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post #2 of 6 Old 09-09-2011, 07:45 PM
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Just the cowl, but I dig it.

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Great idea, guys. Especially for those bikes with the funky colors or faded plastics.
Looking to buy a KLR soon & ran across this idea in the search. Really opens up which bikes I would consider buying. Now anything with faded or missing "tupperware" (love that term) is something I'll consider.

I had the swimstep on my boat done with Linex with no grit a few years ago. Turned out smooth & tough. Still looks great 2 yrs later. I called the guy yesterday & kicked the idea of doing it to a bike with him. He said any color, other than red, I want for $100.
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I considered this before my Krylon redu but wasn't sure if it would cause anymore fitment issues than my KLR already seems to have.. Did you come across any tight spots?
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