So, I am gathering materials and equipment to start repainting my M1009 in about a month. It's pretty much rust free, will be replacing rockers before I start though. Currently it's the typical woodland camo with green floor and interior. I am going to be using Sherwin-Williams 686 tan CARC, and while I am there I will also be covering the floor in bedliner, also removing the fiberglass top and installing a softtopper.
My biggest question I have is how to do some of the "detail" painting. By that, Im referring to door jambs, cab ceiling, a pillars, kick panels, etc. I will be using a gravity feed paint gun...Seems hard to get into everything without disassembly (dash, doors, etc)..Is that the only way, or is there a lazymans secret I dont know? I do want it to look good, but I dont want to be tearing this thing down completely, if somebody has a good way to avoid this..Help is appreciated..If that's the only way I might just go green and not mess with all that