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Old 02-02-2009, 05:32 PM
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Houston area Spray-In bedliners...

Can anyone reccomend me a spot to get sprayed?

Do they require a super clean bed? my truck has a drop in and looks to be pretty nasty under it... not sure what kind of prep they do....
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Old 02-02-2009, 06:00 PM
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Don't know of anywhere in Houston.

I used to spray them at my shop and they have to sand the bed out and clean it real good anyway, so I wouldn't worry too much about cleaning it. If you wanted to be nice you could wash it out real well the night before.
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yah it doesnt have to be to clean... we just did my bed on saturday and it was very bad lol... it was a PITA to clean but it has to be done anyways...
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don't know if they are still around but tomball tinters in tomball (kind of far from dickinson) use to do a really good job.
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Bay Area Accessories on 45 does them. Just up the road from you before you get to League City on the north bound side of 45

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Also there is a place in Santa Fe on 1764 between 45 and 646. Thats where mine was done on my old 97
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im not sure if they are still around..... i did one at hammerhead bedliners up in tomball.
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thanks guys,
just curious, whats the going rate for a spray in? i know when i lived in VA i worked at a dealership and they were around 600 bucks...
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thanks guys,
just curious, whats the going rate for a spray in? i know when i lived in VA i worked at a dealership and they were around 600 bucks...
Think it'll depend on how you want it done and how thick. If you want the bedrails done or just the bed. Call those couple of places and get some quotes.
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