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I have some chipped paint in front of the rear tire from gravel. I’m thinking about putting Line-X on the rocker panels to cover it and get the bed sprayed at the same time. The truck is black (pictured) and I’ve found several color options for Line-X (also pictured). Any opinions on color or photos from those who have done it? I plan on adding a stainless steel running board soon also.
I was driving through a curve while looking at a bear out my driver side window at 5 mph. The road apparently straighten out but I didn’t. I drove 2 feet off the road and drove up onto an approximately 2 foot tall boulder.... There was a smaller rock directly in front of it to guide my tire up onto it. I immediately felt my front end lifting up and I turned toward the right while applying my brakes. My truck came off the boulder and I “high centered” it on my driver side rocker panel and driver side door. Anyone have experience taking this in for repairs through insurance? The rocker panel is part of the 1 piece cab. Will they need to replace the whole cab, or are there parts they can weld in? What is the damage $? I plan on taking it to my dealership as they have a body shop. I guess I am afraid it may be totaled if it requires a whole cab replacement...
Bought a Victory Red 2015 Silverado 2LT Z71 last week and was debating on whether or not to put some rocker panel protection.Today when I looked underneath to see how easy it would be to install my Raptor step bar I noticed that the rocker panels already have an orange peel texture to them like they painted them differently. Is this a standard feature? I am doing everything in matte black accents and was going to put matte black vinyl there to add a layer of protection against small chips...just trying to figure out if I need to spend the money or not. Considered doing line-x down there, but they want $800 to do it...still an option, but can't bankroll it right now. Thoughts?