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post #1 of 2 Old 10-14-2008, 06:45 PM Thread Starter
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Wink Line-X ReNew

Anyone done this?

I got a Line-X liner in my other truck and LOVED it, but my OBS already has a spray in liner that SUCKS i dunno if its a DIY one or what but its thin, and peeling BAD.

Saw this on their site and seems like a viable option for me, just wondering if anyone has put their hands on a ReNew?

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Line-X renew is in a bottle... kind of like Armor-All for Line-x. If your bed is peeling, then Line-X Renew won't help. If it is POS roll-in or do-it-yourself, then have a few buddies over , buy the beer, and use a heavy duty paint scraper and chip that stuff out of there. Line-X will charge you hourly to get that stuff out of there before shooting new. When you finally get all that old liner out of there, scuff the helc out of it with 80-grit, take it to your local Line-X dealer, and ask for a big discount since you did all the grunt work yourself. Line-X Renew is used on your liner about once a year to make it look like new. Hope this helps.
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