Had Line-X spray bed liner applied

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    Had Line X spray liner put in my JT today. I liked the way the bed looked without it, but they did a great job regardless.

    They gave me a discount since it was the first Gladiator they’ve done!

    Before and after attached!

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    How much $$$, if you don't mind me asking. Might be better than getting it from the factory
     
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    Normally would have cost $525 I think. They did it for $425 since it was the first Gladiator they did. To be honest, I really liked the way it looked without it.... But its brand new, unscratched, and clean.... So the liner was the right thing to do!
     
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    I read that line x does color bed liners. I wonder how much that would cost and look on my fire cracker red one.
    @Vismich it looks awesome.
     
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    Would look awesome on a Red Truck
     
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    you mean after AND before pics! Way to be, looks killer!
     
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    I think it looks great! It definitely wouldn’t look that clean and white once you start loading it with plywood! So the liner was the right choice!
     
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    I wonder how thick and durable the Jeep liner is compared to Line X. I’m willing to bet Line X is better, but it will be interesting to know for sure. Good to know the cost is comparable. Thx
     
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    this is a ford vs line-x, not a jeep, but....

     
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    The guy that did my bed today said that they actually use the same company / chemicals as Jeep.... he said they put it on really thin though, as they only need 3 years and Line-X shops are guaranteed for life
     
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    did they happen to say how much the line-x liner weighs, like is it 10 lbs or 100 lbs?
     
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    Watch out. In 2 years time you may have a pink bed.
     
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    Colored spray in liner look like ass after awhile and never look that pristine clean again when put to use.
     
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    Thank you that is good info to know
     
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    So basically, in order to protect our new paint, we pay a shop to destroy our new paint with power sanding tools and then spray a coating over top of the freshly ruined paint. Seems totally asinine doesn't it? :CWL:

    I always run bedliners in my beds too, so I'm with you guys. But you gotta' admit it's stupid to ruin the new paint and then cover it up so we'll never see it again for the life of the vehicle all in the name of "protecting the paint".

    We do the same thing on the inside. We get that nice new carpet in our trucks and then we immediately cover it all up with rubber. :LOL:

    Truck guys are odd, aren't we?
     
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