i blacked out the inside of the grill. it turned out good but i dont like the look. it also has flat black on 50% of the rest too. 98 cent lowes generic. it seems to cover pretty evenly because i had to put so many coats on. cleaned it and scuffed it with green scratch pads. taped off the 4x4 logos and removed all the badges. prep.
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I have a small suggestion for you guys doing rattle can jobs, there is a thing called a "can gun 1" valspar makes it, I got mine from tractor supply for like 5 bucks, it helps me tremendously when I'm painting with a rattle can.. I got my frame on my 78 to turn out perfect with rattle can undercoat by using it, it really helps me keep a consistent distance from the paint surface. Just trying to help!
Nah, we bought that truck 300$ without a box. At that time we had a short bed parts truck. We just slapped that short bed on there for now. Been driving it around like this for a year now. Gets alot of attention I'll say that!