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Old 01-14-2014, 12:16 PM
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Nervous about Line-X

Hey there all! I just purchased a new FX4 Screw (my 1st brand new vehicle) and I want to get the bed sprayed. However, I'm a little scared that they may get overspray on my new baby!??! Anyone ever have issues with this?
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Old 01-14-2014, 05:05 PM
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Never..... I think you will find that Line-X is the brand of choice. I've had both, Line-X it is for me.
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Old 01-14-2014, 05:07 PM
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Had mine done by the local rep. he covered up eveything but where it goes ...if they have done any other trucks before I woulnt be worried.

First one Ive ever had and this is the only way to go ....get the premium it stays shiny forever and will not dull.
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Don't worry, they cover the vehicle. They know what they're doing.
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Old 01-15-2014, 11:54 AM
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Thanks for the feedback.
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If you're still hesitant, you can use Bedtred. It looks like a spray-in liner.
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Old 02-17-2014, 01:51 PM
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A good installer wont get overspray anywhere on that truck. No worries there. You can go wrong with Line-x or TOFF. Ive used both and have had great results. Its a regional thing more than anything else
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Old 02-17-2014, 04:40 PM
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LINE-X dealers get more training than any other bedliner company. They get at least some ongoing training every year. Every three years, they have global dealer conference which includes several days of training.
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Honestly never been a huge fan of spray in liners, but I do know that LineX is by far the best in terms of spray in stuff. I'm sure you'll be fine. If you do decide to go the drop in route, Dualiner is pretty great
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I went for the BedRug and I have to tell you I love it, it is a pleasure to crawl into the bed when required.
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The bedrug does seem pretty nice. So soft and cushy.
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I need to pressure wash mine after carrying lime for lawn and lumber but I am still loving it.
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I know many won't agree but I had a rhino lining sprayed in mine and after 10 years it is still in good shape, and they did an excellent job putting it in.
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My brother has rhino liner in his F150 that was sprayed in 2002. Still looks great after heavy use. I went to the same guy with my 2012 truck & it looks great... Rhino-Liner is great stuff!!
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My brother has rhino liner in his F150 that was sprayed in 2002. Still looks great after heavy use. I went to the same guy with my 2012 truck & it looks great... Rhino-Liner is great stuff!!
If you like Rhino, I can't even imagine what you would think about LINE-X Premium.
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