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Old 07-31-2010, 06:23 PM
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Line-X/Rhino liner on lower body panels

I'm sick of worrying about door dings. I got a quote for a spray type liner on the lower panels but wasn't sure about the way it will look. Has anyone had their lower body panels sprayed with commercial spray linings or the do-it yourself roller liners?

If you can post pics (especially white trucks) I'd appreciate seeing the look and reading your thoughts.
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Look into Al's liner. Its DIY and professional grade.
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Where are your door moldings? Dent poppers are dirt cheap. Just had a horrible dent removed on my wives car for $25.
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I rolled mine myself with herculiner and have loved it since. Easy to clean and don't have to worry about chips
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Check out my garage. I have mine done even with the body line all the way around, and at the body line height on the tailgate. Front and rear bumpers, steps, grille guard, and even had the rocker panels inside the doors done while I was at it. It cost me $1K to have it done if I removed the bumpers and grille guard. I got it on the cheap because I sent them a lot of business from my co-workers AND I bought that high dollar Leer top from them. But, I have several good pics in my garage. I think it looks great, and I get tons of compliments. Just make sure your place knows EXACTLY what they're doing. Mine is straight as an arrow all the way around.
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Check out my garage. I have mine done even with the body line all the way around, and at the body line height on the tailgate. Front and rear bumpers, steps, grille guard, and even had the rocker panels inside the doors done while I was at it. It cost me $1K to have it done if I removed the bumpers and grille guard. I got it on the cheap because I sent them a lot of business from my co-workers AND I bought that high dollar Leer top from them. But, I have several good pics in my garage. I think it looks great, and I get tons of compliments. Just make sure your place knows EXACTLY what they're doing. Mine is straight as an arrow all the way around.
I found the link. Looks good!!

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Where's the link to the garage I have a outlaw the bumper has lots of rock chip I'm thinking of doing the bottom foot of the whole truck
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Old 09-05-2010, 06:25 PM
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Click on my "Gallery Hall" by my avatar, and then cruise through my pics.
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Old 09-05-2010, 06:30 PM
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Line-X/Rhino liner on lower body panels-septmber9-2010.jpg

Line-X/Rhino liner on lower body panels-my-pearl.jpg

i just got mine done in line x. i had tried dupli color, herculiner, and several other bedliner roll-ons my self. but they all chipped or peeled over time. no matter how good i prepped or how thick it was on. line-x i highly recomend. it makes the truck look awesome and is very durable. i got it done for 425.
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I just recently purchased a truck that has the lining around the bottom. Still deciding if i like it or not
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