Coated Bumper and bars

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  1. rich1

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    FYI..or not..
    I have been using Black Bedliner spray cans for a lot of things,its rust resistant, ,waterproof,and chip resistant.
    I use it on the metal grating/ramp on my large trailer.
    I have a smaller trailer that I carry my Sportbike on it has 3/4" plywood bottom that I sprayed over 3 yrs ago ,its like new.
    Now Ive used it on the Blasters grab bar ,front bumper, and chain guard bar Bumpers 001.JPG Bumpers 002.JPG Bumpers 003.JPG
     
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    Herpderplol BRRAAAAAAAAAPP

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    Which brand do you use?

    We use the 3M undercoating, that stuff never comes off :D

    My Dad put it on top of the bed of his ranger, where stuff slides on it, and its unscratched. Also along the bottom, helps a lot with rust
     
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    3m brand ..you can take it off ( on small stuff like these bars) with carb cleaner, but very messy.
     
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    That's a good idea Rich. Doesn't look to bad either.

    Going to look into this alittle bit for my sprocket guard.
     
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    gizzy2014 Rippin' Hard

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    gas takes it right off..... found that out when i spilled alittle bit filling up one day, i wiped it with paper towel because i figured it would take it off if i didnt..... too late it came off 2 seconds later
     
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    looks nice I thought of using it on a frame
     
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    Thanks ..Here is some better pics..its really black but the flash makes it look silver. chain guard 001.JPG chain guard 002.JPG chain guard 004.JPG
     
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    durability is my concern and would be cheaper than pc
     
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    Yeah some of the cheaper brands come off with brake cleaner too. I don't thinlk it will be good for a frame because of that . However for this stuff if it gets banged up you, can just redo it !
     

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