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post #1 of 22 (permalink) Old 06-09-2008, 02:06 PM Thread Starter
 
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Spray-on Bedliners

Who has one? Recommendations? Comments?

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I do and I love it

Linex did my in Bolton

Took them 2 hrs and now I don't have to look for scratches under the bed liner (that was driving me nuts)



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Thanks for the quick reply. We have a couple of places near where I live that offer this. I know the price varies by thickness, etc., but how much does this cost?

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Excellent, thanks!

Certainly worth the price. The bed on my 2000 Ranger is pretty chewed up and I don't use it for work.
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Line-X I was sworn to secrecy about where and how much though...lol


I only drive in the city, to get out of it!!!
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That will be the first thing I get done after driving off the lot.
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Line-X I was sworn to secrecy about where and how much though...lol
love the case of beer that will not slide back and forth on the spray on liner!!
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Yup no more broken bottles for me


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Just had mine done, price was a bit better, but it varies with box size.
I also loosened all my bed bolts, and had them remove them while spraying - it makes it easier if you ever need to take the bed off (ie if you need access to your gas tank sending unit) and also removed the tie downs for them and replaced them after they were done.
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