In Part 1 of our makeover of our Morris Mule trailer we show you the wear and tear on the trailer, what the initial plan is, begin disassembly, and decide ultimately to repaint almost all of the trailer.
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Our Morris Mule Trailer has traveled over 8,000 miles (6,000+ on the Pacific Northwest trip alone). A good bit of that travel has been off-pavement. Most of the forward facing metal, especially the front of the cargo deck and the fenders, have loads of chipped paint. Heavy use of the trailer bed has removed a lot of paint there as well.
To better protect the metal of these areas we've decided to paint them with a bedliner material - Herculiner.
Here's a list of the products used in the complete makeover...
HERCULINER BED LINER
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- Trailer bed
- Cargo area
- Underneath: forward facing surfaces of crossbars and axle
- Brake boxes: top and forward facing surfaces, and the side of the box away from the trailer
RUSTOLEUM TRUCK BED COATING SPRAY PAINT
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- Trailer tongue
- Underside and back of crossbars underneath the trailer
- Brake boxes: trailer side and bottom surfaces, and the surface where the light goes
- Cargo storage box
- Jerry can racks
RUSTOLEUM CAMOUFLAGE SAND-COLORED SPRAY PAINT
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- All top, front, back and side trailer surfaces not otherwise painted
RUSTOLEUM SEMI GLOSS BLACK
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- Trailer stabilizer bars
- Rack bars
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