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Old 02-24-2011, 06:57 PM
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Too linex or not to Linex

Just trying to get opinions on linex who has it and there likes dislikes before i spend the money
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Old 02-24-2011, 07:00 PM
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linex!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! i have it in my truck and love it. its body color matched to my lower tan. its tuff as hell, i still looks like new. plus stuff doesn't slide around in back like those stupid plastic liners
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Old 02-24-2011, 07:09 PM
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i have it in my truck, and its pretty nice black in color.....dont have to worry about bangin up the truck....and so far seems pretty tuff.....but unlike above mine still allows stuff to slide around...i know that there is different kinds and im thinkin that i have the slick kind instead of non slick...
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Old 02-24-2011, 07:23 PM
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yea mines pretty gripy. i dont know if you can get different types
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I love line-x
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yea mines pretty gripy. i dont know if you can get different types
Holy cow I didnt eve know urs was linexed! very sharp! I want to do that with mine but have it done in grey/silver when I paint mine sonic blue or tan like yours if I go black. Awesome stuff man! How much did it run you?
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if you could i would go with rhino liner iv had line x in 2 of my previous trucks an rhino liner in my last in my line x always started to peel off after a while and my rhino line was thicker an more rubbery so nothing slid even when it was really cold, IMO i would do rhino over line x anyday
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