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Old 09-02-2009, 12:08 AM   #1
skullnbaja
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2003 Baja Sport
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Default Protection with no exception..

Thinking of adding some sort of roll on truck bed liner to the small lip in between the fog lights obviously for protection reasons. That area seems to get so beat up, plus i think the black will look pretty sick considering It's such a small area and so low to the ground. Since I have so much left over I'll probably recoat my wheel wells, as some of that is coming off. I'll need the protection for the upcoming winter..just some thoughts of mine..

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Old 09-02-2009, 06:56 AM   #2
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hmm, on the wheel wells. I never thought of that. Good idea!
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Old 09-04-2009, 03:14 AM   #3
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Thinking of adding some sort of roll on truck bed liner to the small lip in between the fog lights obviously for protection reasons. That area seems to get so beat up, plus i think the black will look pretty sick considering It's such a small area and so low to the ground. Since I have so much left over I'll probably recoat my wheel wells, as some of that is coming off. I'll need the protection for the upcoming winter..just some thoughts of mine..

--skullnbaja--
Hey if you wouldn't mind after you get it done, could you take a few pictures. I've been pretty worried about cracking the front lip on my baja, especially after lowering it.

-BS
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