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Just got my Sierra back from the shop that did my Line-X bed liner. I recently purchased the truck and the bed had lots of scratches and small dents. The paint was pretty worn out all over. The rails were also beat up from a tonneau cover. I jumped on a 15% off Black Friday sale that came to $525 out the door. I opted to get sprayed over the rail. I'm very happy with the overall results.







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Man that looks pretty. I'm going to getting mine done after the 1st of the year.
 

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love fresh line-x.
i still have ol Rhino Liners on mine. painted to match truck... which i would NOT suggest.

i need to get mine redone but they talking about having to R&R so $$$$

i wish i could just paint what i have black as the product is in perfectly fine shape...its just the color has faded.
 

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I ordered my 2017 Silverado with the OEM spray on liner and it is great. The factory applied liner works out much better than aftermarket because it is wrapped over the corners that are not reachable with the bed on the chassis. Plus all the removable panels, plugs and screws are not over sprayed with liner. A must option for a new GM pickup.
 

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dRewville said:
love fresh line-x.
i still have ol Rhino Liners on mine. painted to match truck... which i would NOT suggest.

i need to get mine redone but they talking about having to R&R so $$$$

i wish i could just paint what i have black as the product is in perfectly fine shape...its just the color has faded.
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I can tell you how to fix the faded color. Www.solutionfinish.com
Chris West the inventor makes the best black restoration product on the planet. You will clean the surface to remove any oils on it let dry. Then with a microfiber sponge applicator apply the product on a little goes a long way. Then buff off the excess with a mircofiber towel. Tell him Russ Welch from American Detailer sent you. I guarantee you will be impressed.
 

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Looks good! When I bought my 12' a few years ago, it had 18k miles and the owner had it line-x'd. So I was good to go. There was a receipt in the glove box...Glad I didn't have to pay for it.
 
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