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Old 05-18-2007, 10:39 AM
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Line-x?

Anyone ever line -x'd their rocker pannels or know anyone that has im thinking about doing it just curious on how much it costs an what it looks like?
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Old 05-18-2007, 11:31 AM
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The local Line-X rep in Baltimore has his truck done up in the same color as his paint. From a distance you don't even notice it. You really have to be paying attention up close. I don't think it looks bad at all and it adds a lot of protection to the lower chip proned areas.
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Old 06-04-2007, 07:01 AM
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Ive got line-x installed down the lower quarters and about 4 1/2" up the doors and fenders, etc. looks factory, and definentely helps with the snow!
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There was a guy on the cummins forum that did it and it caused his rockers to rust out pretty bad
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any pics?!?!
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I haven't pulled the trigger on it yet, but just got done pricing this out last week for my new-to-me 97 crewcab long bed. Line x the bed $525 (over the rail / tailgate) both rockers and up to first body line $750 !!!!! and inside each of the rear wheel wells $100. ($50 each). $1400 for the whole job!! OUCH! maybe this will give others an idea of cost before they go to the linex dealer and get sticker shock! I'm still trying to decide if the rockers and outer wheel flares are worth the $750. that is more than the entire bed! I know, taping, masking, prepping, Blah, blah, Blah....
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There was a guy on the cummins forum that did it and it caused his rockers to rust out pretty bad
It only makes it rust if there is already rust under where you spray. You have to take any rust spots and sand it down to the metal or it will just bubble, and plus it's a DODGE... no need to say anymore

Last edited by AlwaysStrokin'; 02-28-2011 at 04:01 PM. Reason: Dodges Suck
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Old 02-28-2011, 03:51 PM
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I haven't pulled the trigger on it yet, but just got done pricing this out last week for my new-to-me 97 crewcab long bed. Line x the bed $525 (over the rail / tailgate) both rockers and up to first body line $750 !!!!! and inside each of the rear wheel wells $100. ($50 each). $1400 for the whole job!! OUCH! maybe this will give others an idea of cost before they go to the linex dealer and get sticker shock! I'm still trying to decide if the rockers and outer wheel flares are worth the $750. that is more than the entire bed! I know, taping, masking, prepping, Blah, blah, Blah....
Heck I'll spray you're whole truck for $1800
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Old 02-28-2011, 04:05 PM
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Heck I'll spray you're whole truck for $1800
I might just be crazy enough to take you up on that! It might be the only thing to save my truck from these Northern Illinois Winters (SALT).
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