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David S

Replaced my "01

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Picked up the truck I ordered last April. Limited black leather, amp running boards, puck system in the bed.....

Got the trailer out with it, this thing is a pleasure to drive! 

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Oh man! I Like ALL of that! Very nice David!

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I have been impatiently waiting for you to post about your new truck! 

Looking forward to seeing it in person! Very nice!

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OH! Very Nice!

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I love that color! 
 

Nice truck. 

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Wow, that is a nice looking rig! Great color too! Congrats. :rk:

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That's a beautiful looking truck!!!!

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Very nice. 

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In my opinion Dave if I were you with your brand new forever truck specially that color (which I love but I am glad I don't have because I don't want to wash my truck everyday) I would think it would be worth the $$$ to have it professionally ceramic coated to protect the paint and make cleaning it a breeze

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If I had the money I'd go with Stek DynoShield, hydrophobic and self healing. Metropolitan Detail does A LOT of it, I know someone who has it one their rig and they off road a lot, and have done the Alcan Rally and the wrap still looks amazing. The downside is the cost... 

 

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Hoss , Paul 

What does it run to have a truck professionally ceramic coated ?

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Gary it depends completely on the condition of your paint and how much work it needs before the coating and which coating you go with. For a full size long bed truck probably $2500+ with paint correction.

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8 hours ago, David S said:

I did have the stealer apply one. Opti-coat is what they used, or advertised.  https://www.opticoat.com/ 

I should have known. You are a do your homework kinda guy! 

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On ‎8‎/‎10‎/‎2019 at 5:01 PM, GTroyer said:

Hoss , Paul 

What does it run to have a truck professionally ceramic coated ?

Gary I can't speak to the trucks.

 

My boat I can tell you estimates all started at 2K and went up and were opened window estimates....

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Film? Big bucks like to hey said, $5,000+.

Liquid? $2,500 range. Do this yourself. About $300 in product and the same basic effort as waxing. Do it early to reduce or eliminate clay bar and polishing.

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