Bedrails

jsum24

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Any ideas as what to use on the top of bedrails to keep them from fading??

Also black rubber on rear bumper??

Thanks
 

Tsuperduty

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Any ideas as what to use on the top of bedrails to keep them from fading??

Also black rubber on rear bumper??

Thanks
Look at Meguiars Plastic Restorer and similar products by Mother's, Griots, etc. All have excellent products.
 

jsum24

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Thanks guys for the replies.

I also have used Mothers in the past on other trucks. Thought maybe there was something better.
 

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I second that, Meguiars rubber restorer product is an excellent product to bring your rubber back to New and you will get months out of it before you have to redo any of the parts again.

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If you can park the truck out of a dusty area look into Wipe New. It work a really well. But it has to dry over night

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