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On Topic Yet another glass fender question

XjSar

New Member
So been a long time lurker, finally have something to discuss.

Recently came into one hell of a deal for new glass for my dodge. Question is, I lack the funds to get it professionally painted to match the truck. What do y'all recommend/done that helps protect the glass from going to ****?

Plan for now is to bedline the inside of the fender for a bit more strength and durability?


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green787

Well-Known Member
So been a long time lurker, finally have something to discuss.

Recently came into one hell of a deal for new glass for my dodge. Question is, I lack the funds to get it professionally painted to match the truck. What do y'all recommend/done that helps protect the glass from going to ****?

Plan for now is to bedline the inside of the fender for a bit more strength and durability?


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I would install the fenders because you might need to make little modifications, and scratch them with tools...and then AS SOON AS POSSIBLE take them off (or mask them) and have them painted....:D:D:D
 

Travisfab

Well-Known Member
What are you trying to protect it from? Fiberglass can last out in the sun for years. If it yellows, it'll just give you an excuse to paint it.
 
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