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Old 07-12-2008, 04:31 AM
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Dave here is a pic of the installed tonneau on my Ranger(taken from 2nd floor window, lol)

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It looks good black, matches the stock fender flares, debating whether to paint cover to match truck or not.
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I think you maybe better off leaving it alone.
I would be afraid of it peeling even though
you would have to use an adhesive promoter.
Even to scuff it off is going to knock off the
texture.
My 2 cents, I'll ask a friend of mine what he thinks.
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Morning neighbors, got a family reunion today, be good, be happy, be safe.
Have fun George,
Sharon's taking the inlaw to upstate NY
today hopefully leaving her there for a week or 2.
PLease Lord answer my prayers. Amen

I on the other hand am going to Gettysburg for
bike week today for a while. hehehe

That is after I cut the grass, got lots to do before
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I think you maybe better off leaving it alone.
I would be afraid of it peeling even though
you would have to use an adhesive promoter.
Even to scuff it off is going to knock off the
texture.
My 2 cents, I'll ask a friend of mine what he thinks.
Thanks Dave, the texture is more like "orange peel", not really raised high.

Maybe I will ask the company how to do it and see what they say.
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OK George,
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Morning world....yes, Dave, horseshoes would be great!! Do you want me to bring my shoes...But if you have the pit, I'm sure you already have the shoes!!! DUH!!
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Dave here is a pic of the installed tonneau on my Ranger(taken from 2nd floor window, lol)

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It looks good black, matches the stock fender flares, debating whether to paint cover to match truck or not.


Better look at that real close George..Looks off centered to me...
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Morning world....yes, Dave, horseshoes would be great!! Do you want me to bring my shoes...But if you have the pit, I'm sure you already have the shoes!!! DUH!!
Got the shoes, trying to find the stakes.
Have to clean the grass out of 1 pit and get
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Hey Sean,
Don't know about that but I do see
an orphan bag of mulch.
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Hey Sean,
Don't know about that but I do see
an orphan bag of mulch.


Seems to me about 3 weeks ago he said that all bags were spread by his wife....Some accountant .

Now I wonder how many more are hiden like Easter Egg's around his place....
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Got the shoes, trying to find the stakes.
Have to clean the grass out of 1 pit and get
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Maybe I ought to bring the roto-tiller!!!! LOL
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