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Have you seen the mythbusters were they use bed liner to prevent scratches and dents? It was a pretty good episode.
Those guys are "unique", but I still watch 'em. Yessir little man I did see it!
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I don't think I saw that one, but there was a show on discovery or the science channel (one of em, idk) and the detonated massive explosives under a non sprayed truck and a sprayed truck, line-x to be exact. the line-x held the bed together.

sounding like a line-x sales rep here, but they have coated military buildings in deployed locations. it doesn't make them bomb proof, but resistant. they also line the newer vehicles they are using in convoys. they talk about some applications military wise on line-xs website.
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Coated half their car with it then ran into stuff. Does make a pretty good paint alternative. Doesn't scratch easily.
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I can actually HEAR a difference. I have good sound as it is (no whistles leaks or rattles) but maybe it's just in my head. Doing the front shock towers last week helped and my shocks would go in and out whichever way you flipped 'em...all by themselves
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what do you mean they went in and out by themselves
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The shocks I took off had ZERO gas in them. But a 2500 came into work with brand new shocks and upper towers that were in a LOT nicer shape than mine. So I decided to just pull the bottom bolt and the 3 on the tower and swap 'em that way.

Mine went in and out like one of them thar whistle thingies that make the funny noise.
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OH!! I gotcha! yea definitely good to replace em at that point haha.


did they make the cool sound that whistle thingy mabobber does?
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I have to post a picture of 'em tomorrow. And believe it or not...one did.does. It was broken at the bottom where the bottom bolt is attached.

I'll put 'em up tomorrow. They really are a knee slapper!
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That's GREAT! haha. I really ahiuks replace mine too, but I have bigger suspension issues than old shocks. trying to cure the death wobble is like trying to cure cancer. I've suppressed it for now but its still there...
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That's GREAT! haha. I really ahiuks replace mine too, but I have bigger suspension issues than old shocks. trying to cure the death wobble is like trying to cure cancer. I've suppressed it for now but its still there...
Didn't know what a death wobble was, saw it on youtube. That's pretty bad, my brother snapped his rack and pinion mounts, and his car when driving it on the interstate would wobble like that. pretty bad. Got my licence today.. Just had to throw that in.
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