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Old 04-13-2004, 05:08 PM
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cost of line-x bedliner

what is the approx cost of a spray on bed liner for the 2004 f-150 6 1/2 foot bed
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Old 04-13-2004, 05:15 PM
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Got mine for $385 in Conroe Texas. Maybe higher since I went through the dealer. But then again, I got 0% financing , so I figured what the heck give some wheels, tires & a spray in liner.

BTW… I love the Line-X so far. I've even used a shoveled a couple of times in there already and not a scratch or knick.
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Old 04-13-2004, 05:24 PM
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$399 in Missouri, with $20 Line-X Website Coupon was $379.00
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My dealer wanted $550. I went to the Line-X dealer he goes to and got it for $405 minus the $20 off coupon which made it $385. The Line-X dealer also gave me coupons to hand out to friends and for each one that gets a liner I get a check for $20! So far I have gotten three people to go so my liner is now down too $325!!!! Now that is a deal. I love the liner, IMO much better than all the Rhino liner I have seen. They all seem to fade, some a little , a few a lot and since Rhino is a softer material I have seen some tears in them. Plus the Line-X warrenty is good at any Line-X dealer where as the Rhino is only at the place that sprayed it.
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Old 04-13-2004, 06:36 PM
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I paid $339.20 with $20.00 coupon, tax included. Indianapolis, IN.
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Cape Cod

$475.00 minus the $20.00 coupon on Cape Cod.

In addition, I installed an Access cover $405.00 through AnythingTruck.com.

Both are great and the truck is running v.v. well.

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Got mine for free. Dealer gave me the bedliner as a gift since they used my truck in the local easter parade.
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Old 04-13-2004, 08:10 PM
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$375 in Lawrenceville, GA minus a $25 coupon I found in the paper, (Line-X website has a $20 off coupon), for a total of $350 + some tax.

The Line-X of Lawrenceville was recommended to me by several co-workers who had theirs done there and they did good work. Truck was ready when promised.
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I paid $405 in Raleigh. I also had them do the inside fender wells on the back, they charged another $70 a piece for them, so $545 Total.
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I paid $405 in Raleigh. I also had them do the inside fender wells on the back, they charged another $70 a piece for them, so $545 Total.
Why are people spraying the wheel wells and fender wells with bedliner?
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I had a ryno liner sprayed in under edge complete (sides, tail gate, etc) for $370.00. Looks great.
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Line-X for $369 (including $20 online coupon) for my Flareside. They're still making a good profit from all the posts I've seen, but the finished product is worth it!

I'm gonna spray my wheel wells with a store-bought liner spray. Want to do this because they are basically unprotected except for paint, to keep the rocks and stones being slung by the tires from denting the wells. My truck does have factory installed shields in the wells that protect from items in the plane of rotation of the tires, but I'd rather coat the entire wheel well for things that get bounced around. Plus, it helps deaden the noise.
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Old 04-14-2004, 08:19 AM
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$375 in Lawrenceville, GA minus a $25 coupon I found in the paper, (Line-X website has a $20 off coupon), for a total of $350 + some tax.

The Line-X of Lawrenceville was recommended to me by several co-workers who had theirs done there and they did good work. Truck was ready when promised.

Dang, what a small world.. I'm in San Diego but most of my family lives in and around Lawrenceville.

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Why are people spraying the wheel wells and fender wells with bedliner?
1. To help prevent damage
2. In an effort to reduce road noise
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Old 04-14-2004, 09:51 AM
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Dang, what a small world.. I'm in San Diego but most of my family lives in and around Lawrenceville.

Russ
And I live in Lawrenceville but all of my family lives out of state, but I sent them links to my pictures so they could see my new F-150.
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