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Old 09-15-2006, 10:02 AM
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Bedliner deals for shortbed Crew Cab F-250?

I want the plastic insert type, not the spray on. Anyone know of good deals I can get online?

Thanks in advance.
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Old 09-15-2006, 10:12 AM
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you can find these free in the dumpster at the Line-X place....they throw em away when people come in to get a spray in liner.
Why don't you like the spray in better? They realy are worth the money.
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Old 09-15-2006, 11:15 PM
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I used to be the guy dumpin those plastic bed liners. They are junk, in fact I talked my friend into takin his out tonight haha...

You DON'T want it, they scrape the paint bad, look cheesy and did I mention they scrape the paint!?


If you still want one, you can go to your dealer, find a friend that wants to get rid of his, call around to spray in bedliner dealers, or any other aftermarket shop...
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Cheese Is A Good Description Spray In Look Waaaaaaaaayyyy Better
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Ok, then what about the spray kits? What works? Is it safe to do it yourself? How about prep?
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I have seen my buddy - he has a paint and body shop - do spray in liners. Looked to me like he knew what he was doing....they didn't last.
I have had two trucks with Line-X spray ins and they worked awsome. No pealing....lifetime warranty, no fading....what more could i ask. 500 bucks or so for a long bed i think but you will not regret it at all.
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Old 09-16-2006, 08:27 AM
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Trust me for a good drop in bed liner you would pay about the same as a spray in. I payed 350 for my ryno lineine..
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just do yourself a favor with spray on bedliners....make sure the place removes the bed bolts before spraying it!!!
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Old 09-16-2006, 09:25 AM
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Actually, if they are smarter/lazier about it they can just wire tape around the bed bolts OR after the spray is done, use a drill with a drill bit similar to what is used to make the holes for birdhouse entrances (I know them as birdhouse drill bits lol not sure what they're really called) and you can remove the bedliner from off of them. This is what I did and it worked great. I used to do the spray in bedliners for Perma-tech.

I do not push one product over another, but since I have a "behind the scenes" look at this stuff, go to the spray in place that gets the most buisness in your area. It'll have the freshest, most recently mixed materials and will most likely have the best finished product. I remember leaving our materials sit and not get run for a long weekend and things went bad.
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