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rydog1130

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Response to #2

I personally like the interior floor raptor lined especially if the interior paint looks worn and you run the bronco topless. You just want to make sure to remove all rust and prep existing paint prior to applying. Carpet is always an option down the road...

Welcome!

What he said, raptor liner can be tinted and looks good and is easy to apply. I used it on mine and very happy with the results
 

bronconut73

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Aug 7, 2012
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I never did it but always figured when I get my passenger and driver floor boards completely righteous I would Raptor liner then insulation and carpet. So you'd never see mine. It would be hidden under the carpet but I just liked the extra protection of the Raptor liner over paint.
 

Billsboat

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Apr 3, 2013
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Loc.
Rowlett tx
Welcom! This is a great place, there is so much info to be had, and people willing to share.

Be fun to see pictures!
 

txtruk15

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Apr 1, 2017
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Loc.
Highland Village, TX
Welcome - pretty much a newbie myself, and have learned more from reading this forum and asking questions - the folks on this forum are some o the most giving, unselfish, informative peeps you will ever find on the internet. Amazing people you can't wait to meet in person.
 
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