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Old 11-07-2011, 12:29 PM   #1
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Default SEM Rock it Liner VS. Line-X

Talked to a local body shop about a spray in liner, he isn't a LineX dealer but could spray a SEM Kit for about $75 less than the LineX Dealer 60 miles to the north.

Anyone had a SEM Kit, how does it compare?
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I would be cautious.
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Because he has Line-X on his truck. . .
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Has nothing to do with me having Line-X. It is being installed by a shop with a DIY kit purchasable by the general public. How much labor is being tacked on and will the end result be as good as a spray in retailer can provide?

Google is your friend. See if you can find any reviews.
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Still looking for someone who has used the product, who can give me first hand results and facts.


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No need to respond with shop selection advice or if you haven't used the product, you will be of no help to me.
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Angry sem rock it liner

SEM bedliner rock-it liner is crap and so is other products i have used by sem promax genral purpose spray paint, copperweld thru primer,and sem xxx adhesion prompter been in auto body for 10 years and never have the problems with a bedliner as sem rock it liner when it get hot in summer it bubbles peels was prep right used three gallons and all did the same called sem and they thought i was an idiot said they would pull the lot numbers and test it never hear of the results they said sorry you have a solvent trap issue and i tould them it cost me $400 for your kits and i will post this on every review site until i get $400 and i have my recipets and cost you more in the long run and they said whatever i have used upol raptor, dupli color, and monstiliner, with no problems
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Have been in body work for 14 years, we use lots of SEM products. They are all great, never had a problem. I even have the SEM pro tex bed liner on my truck. (one step up from the rock it) I've abused it, and it still holds up, Its ok. It was priced well at $180, and does what i need...but next time i will save up for a Line-X.
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I agree with cdvaight...I'd be cautious! I truly believe that Rhino or Linex is the way to go. No sense in going cheap on something that is going to protect your big investment!
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In 98, My brother bought Rino, I bought LineX, My linex still looks great albeit it a little faded, His Rino has had to be replace/repaired several times and is now coming off in chunks. To be fair, My linex was on a ford and his Rino on a Dodge so there is that... I wouldnt want to be on a Dodge either. ROFL

Not sure of the Rock-it, but I can say you will probably only buy LineX one time for that truck.
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