I always figure it's just because they still have other crud on the paint that should've ordinarily washed away. Granted, I'll see a little spot here and there but I give my truck/car a good washing before I clay so maybe that's why there usually isn't a lot of black smudges on there.
When it starts to feel like glass, then the claybar has done it's job. I don't think you're supposed to see anything overly dramatic in the clay (at least I never have). I work a small 5x5 or so area at a time, making sure to keep the it wet with QD spray or the like. I fold in the clay bar and expose a fresh surface as I move to the next area.
There was a CCSB that was almost identical to mine (except for the bed length obviously) when I picked up my shortbed. I'm glad I went with the shortbed though because the standard cab wouldn't have fit in my garage otherwise. I decided on the short bed since my truck is mainly for pulling, not so much hauling stuff in the bed. Amd carseats would be a tight fit in the double cab.
I'm in the market for a tonneau cover and leaning heavily towards the MX4 myself. I'd love to hear more feedback though. From what I've read, it's not watertight at all and at best, you'll get some water penetration in the bed. However, I think it's the best looking cover out there as it sits flush with the rail cover.
egxflash replied to jim larson's topic in 2014-2018 Silverado & Sierra ModsNever had that issue. Maybe try larger flaps if the ones you have on right now aren't catching the gravel.
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