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Old 04-03-2011, 10:13 PM   #1
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So I just got a Line-X bedliner put in my truck yesterday. Total cost after tax was $515...a little more than what I would have liked to spend, but I believe its worth it.

I got the regular line-x with a coat of uv-protection/high gloss finish.

I got it done by Line-x of SE Texas...the owner was a really nice guy and very personable. They did a really good job too.

I'll take some pics tomorrow and post them up here.

One very very small complaint is that there is a small bump on the inside of my tailgate and I'm not sure what it is. Everything else is real nice though, it looks sweet

Anyone else got their line-x with the uv-protectant thing? How is it holding up?
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My is holding up great! Dragging and spilling stuff all over it. What I don't under stand is the difference in price. Why did I pay $450 cdn and the next guy pay $550 usd or even $576 cdn? The first quote I got was over $600. Weird I think.
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mine is great after 9 months. i only paid $325 with the uv protectant. the dealer took care of mine. don't know where it was done, just know its line-x.
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These pics are not all that great, but here they are

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They put that emblem in there, looks pretty sweet imho

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Kinda dirty, and its raining...thats why the pics aren't all that great. Anyways, they didn't cover any bolts, and I really like it.
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What about the bump ???
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I really want to Line X my truck so bad. Had lots of plans for the truck but then the wifey quit her job at the beginning of the year and now is pregnant. So instead of dropping $$$ on the truck, now I'm dropping $$$ on hospital visits and baby stuff.
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So instead of dropping $$$ on the truck, now I'm dropping $$$ on hospital visits and baby stuff.
Trust me, it's worth it.
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Oh I found out what it was. I looked at a video of a f150 and there's a little silver cap on the tailgate behind the handle to open it. That's the bump. they just sprayed over it because its not a screw and I don't really know how they would get it out to spray under.
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Got mine Rhino lined for 450 i think it was... Been a year already

Anyway mine is holding up great but is not as black as it started... From what I hear this is the advantage of Line-X...???

And its funny how stuff stays put back there
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That's a nice looking liner you got there.
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