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Old 12-12-2012, 08:29 AM
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Arrow Line - X Spray on Truck Bed Liners

All Hull Truth Members Will Receive $50 off the liner of their choice @ Sarasota Line-X!
Line-X offers three options for spray on truck bed liners. All are backed by a lifetime nationwide warranty that has been in effect since 1999. This warranty covers cracking,chipping, & peeling for the life of the truck to the original owner. However each store can imply there own warranty and at our shop we have a non declining policy on all the trucks we spray. We also cover beyond the first owner.
The standard Line-X liner has been around about 16 years now. It is a Hybrid polyurethane/polyurea formula that sets in 3-6 seconds! It has physical properties that excel at being a truck bed liner. The Line-X XS100 is both firm and flexible to give the ability to drag or push heavy items such as pallets with out the tearing you see in softer liners. On the flip side the flexibility gives great impact protection and non-skid holding power for your cargo.
The standard black Line-X liner is pictured below.-
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Old 12-12-2012, 08:45 AM
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Default Line-X Premium / Xtra in Black

The next option is the Line-X Premium in black.
Line-X Premium is the evolution of the Line-X Xtra in black. Line-X Xtra & Line-X Premium make the regular Line-X look funny in terms of finish , cleanability, & long term performance! What they do is seal the surface as the liner heats & cools daily in the sun keeping the brake dust and dirt out of your liner. They do not develop the chalky film you see other spray on liners get over time. In addition they also do not fade over time. Real world it means when you go to the carwash two years down the road you simply rinse your truckbed from the side of the truck, and it looks brand new! We have been spraying the upgraded Line-X for over five years and it is a very well received product with many repeat customers!
Line-X Premium & Line-X Xtra in black pictures below. -
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Old 12-12-2012, 03:36 PM
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Default Line - X Xtra in Color Sealed With Clear Premium

The third option for your truck is the Line-X Xtra Composite Kevlar liner that can be color coded to the paint code on your vehicle! This started it all allowing us to spray a higher quality liner that looks great in color. This is how we started doing boats along with countless other applications. Once we saw what the Line-X Xtra did for the trucks we started spraying more black liners with it then anything at our shop for the reasons listed above. That was in 2007 and Line-X has not stood still since with the introduction of Line-X Premium in 2010. Line-X Premium also comes in clear and combined with the Line-X Xtra allows us to spray a very very durable color coded liner. Not all shops have updated to the three coating system so if you visit your local shop ask them to clear your color Xtra liner with Line-X Premium!
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Default More Line-X Xtra Pictures

Our shop forklift!
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Old 12-12-2012, 05:47 PM
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No better in the business, congrats Brian!
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It is guaranteed against scratches?
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Short answer...No...and it does scratch.Dont want to be a basher but im VERY disappointed with the Line X product. Maybe had high expectations but i didnt think a 2 lb plastic box would leave a scratch in this self proclaimed indestructible product.

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Originally Posted by gman25 View Post
Short answer...No...and it does scratch.Dont want to be a basher but im VERY disappointed with the Line X product. Maybe had high expectations but i didnt think a 2 lb plastic box would leave a scratch in this selp proclaimed indestructible product.
Maybe you have the old formula or maybe it wasn't applied correctly. At either rate I would let Brian answer this question as he is the owner and working with a newer Line-X formula.
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It was just applied this past Fri to my Brand New Truck. And i was told there is no touch up .
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Short answer...No...and it does scratch.Dont want to be a basher but im VERY disappointed with the Line X product. Maybe had high expectations but i didnt think a 2 lb plastic box would leave a scratch in this self proclaimed indestructible product.
Well your liner looks great to me! Surprised you had to ask because you should have paperwork that includes a nationwide lifetime warranty against cracking, chipping, & peeling! A warranty on scratching is like saying your shoe soles don't wear out.. How about you really go use it by say loading a pallet of sod and have the forklift push the pallet in so you can close the tailgate.
Our shop will warranty our work to the first and second owner without question. Excluding scratches of course.
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Brian's crew just sprayed a color match bedliner in my truck, sprayed the inner fenders on the dually, and the front / rear Ranch Hand bumpers.

I am very pleased with how everything turned out. Everything was Kevlar, premium, whatever it is. Will post up some pics later.
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Originally Posted by Sarasota Line X View Post
Well your liner looks great to me! Surprised you had to ask because you should have paperwork that includes a nationwide lifetime warranty against cracking, chipping, & peeling! A warranty on scratching is like saying your shoe soles don't wear out.. How about you really go use it by say loading a pallet of sod and have the forklift push the pallet in so you can close the tailgate.
Our shop will warranty our work to the first and second owner without question. Excluding scratches of course.
What exactly does scratch resistant mean on the line x web site? Scratched by a plastic box? You really wanna try and defend that? I didn't load a bunch of bricks or gravel in the bed and empty it with a steel shovel. It was a plastic box. Go read the web site and how they talk up this product. Not sure what your reference to using a forklift and a pallet of sod meant

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Like I said...im not looking to bash but this product isnt exactly what they make it out to be. Who wants a scratched up liner caused by just about anything you throw in the back? And the worst part is once its sprayed your kinda stuck with it. Im not saying another product is better because this is my only experience with this but I have ZERO confidence that this will hold up looking decent over time. And ITS NOT CHEAP!!

Think long and hard before considering this. And like I said there is no fix when it does scratch
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What exactly does scratch proof mean on the line x web site? Scratched by a plastic box? You really wanna try and defend that? I didn't load a bunch of bricks or gravel in the bed and empty it with a steel shovel. It was a plastic box. Go read the web site and how they talk up this product. Not sure what your reference to using a forklift and a pallet of sod meant
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I have no dog in this fight, but I will say this....

It says scratch resistant. Not scratch proof.
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What does that mean? Scratch resistant vs scratch proof? Sounds like a play on words. One will back up and support and the other your out of luck
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I would also like to mention the guys who sprayed my truck did an outstanding and clean job and they were a pleasure to deal with as im sure the vender is here. My Beaf is with the product, not the dealer
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I would also like to mention the guys who sprayed my truck did an outstanding and clean job and they were a pleasure to deal with as im sure the vender is here. My Beaf is with the product, not the dealer
Have you called LineX?

LINE-X Corporate Office
1862 Sparkman Dr
Huntsville, AL 35816
877-330-1331
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I emailed them and they were gonna refer me to the local manager. The guy who did mine (local manager)is aware of it and said he has never seen this before
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My reference for the pallet is for you to really go test the product! To me it looks great and up to the thickness. You can use the liner so hard that the texture will be smooth. You might even be able to chip it! But it is very hard to do and will be fixed if it does happen.
Enjoy the truck and Line-X in good health! - Brian
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Originally Posted by Sarasota Line X View Post
My reference for the pallet is for you to really go test the product! To me it looks great and up to the thickness. You can use the liner so hard that the texture will be smooth. You might even be able to chip it! But it is very hard to do and will be fixed if it does happen.
Enjoy the truck and Line-X in good health! - Brian
Thank you Brian. I tested it with a piece of plastic and it failed. Not sure why a chip can be fixed but a scratch can't. I'm just very aggravated because I spent over $500 for this and I couldn't be less happy. If I don't put a Matt down on top of the sprayed garbage the whole bedliner is going to look like a scratched up piece of shit. And on a brand new truck to boot!!

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