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Nice. Dig the OD color. Lot of prep work there. Who’s fenders are you running?
 

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Love it, looks great!
 

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That looks amazing!!! I'm curious. I was told by local Line x guy that when you add color it fades fairly quickly. Is there something they put in the mixture to slow it down?
 

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That looks BADASS!!
 

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Is the top of the J aligned with the top of the lower case letters...that would drive me nuts. This looks awesome, but must have ran a couple thousand. I was just quoted $700 for standard Line-X just in the bed!
 

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Looks good but the Jeep emblem isn’t properly aligned. Besides that it looks great.
 

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That looks amazing!!! I'm curious. I was told by local Line x guy that when you add color it fades fairly quickly. Is there something they put in the mixture to slow it down?
The UV protection coating helps tremendously but it's inevitable if the truck sits in the sun for long periods that it will fade after a few years.
 

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The UV protection coating helps tremendously but it's inevitable if the truck sits in the sun for long periods that it will fade after a few years.
I did this to a Dodge Dakota and had them clearcoat the bedliner and looked great for years.

Bruce
 

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Love the looks and protection it provides, but at what gas mileage loss?
Must weigh a ton now. Plus as mentioned before, the fading after a couple years.

I have a good friend that owns a Rhino lining business, Does stuff for me at almost cost. Thought about doing this to the whole truck, but my truck already gets crappy mileage.
 

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I did this to a Dodge Dakota and had them clearcoat the bedliner and looked great for years.

Bruce
Well my family hasn't had such luck with trucks that aren't garaged. Typically about 4-5 years in it's pretty faded but that has just been black. Maybe colors do better.

Love the looks and protection it provides, but at what gas mileage loss?
Must weigh a ton now. Plus as mentioned before, the fading after a couple years.

I have a good friend that owns a Rhino lining business, Does stuff for me at almost cost. Thought about doing this to the whole truck, but my truck already gets crappy mileage.
I've been told to expect 150-200lbs for a full truck so it's not all that much. You spray it about half as thick as a body coat than you would for the bed typically. Texture might have some impact too but let's be real, these things have the aerodynamics of a cinder block.
 

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Well my family hasn't had such luck with trucks that aren't garaged. Typically about 4-5 years in it's pretty faded but that has just been black. Maybe colors do better.



I've been told to expect 150-200lbs for a full truck so it's not all that much. You spray it about half as thick as a body coat than you would for the bed typically. Texture might have some impact too but let's be real, these things have the aerodynamics of a cinder block.
What if, like a golf ball, the texture actually improves airflow... lol.
 

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