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Bed Liners

What are you guys seeing out there pricewise for the spray in bed liners? I just got a quote from Line-X for $469 and thought it a bit steep. Who has had what luck with which brands, and what do you guys recomend?

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post #2 of 19 (permalink) Old 03-28-2008, 08:14 PM
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yea they're expensive. im looking at getting my rocker panels done, they quoted me 1300!!!! yikes for a box ive seen anywher from 350-500

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About $350-$400 from the guy I know & if there is an issue he will fix it.


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Dang hearing these prices sure will make me stick with a classic drop in liner. Rocker panels would be nice to have done but personally I like being able to slide heavy stuff like loaded 5 gallon pails or heavy toolboxes up front from the tailgate, and I have yet to notice them move much once I start driving as long as they are up towards the front of the bed.

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469..........Thats its

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Dang hearing these prices sure will make me stick with a classic drop in liner. Rocker panels would be nice to have done but personally I like being able to slide heavy stuff like loaded 5 gallon pails or heavy toolboxes up front from the tailgate, and I have yet to notice them move much once I start driving as long as they are up towards the front of the bed.
Actually your better off with just the regular steel than those plastic liners. They work good from trapping rust & dirt & everything else under there. First thing that always goes in any of my trucks.


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I would recomend line-x. I used to work for them. It's a really good product and you'll be very happy with it.

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I used Speedliner here in TN, $350.00 for a short box.

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Idk what mine is. It was sprayed in by the previous owner. Mother Effer faded and turned pink...Not red<-gay

Can they be resprayed?

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Idk what mine is. It was sprayed in by the previous owner. Mother Effer faded and turned pink...Not red<-gay

Can they be resprayed?
Nope, to do it right you'll have to strip out the barbie liner so it can be done right. Faded pink though..............


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