What does LINE-X mean?
Line-X is commonly used as a truck bedliner spray to help protect the truck bed against the elements. But it can do more than that. Essentially, Line-X is a spray-on coating that gives any surface a near-indestructible outer layer. And we do mean near-indestructible.
How much does it cost to LINE-X a car?
The process doesn’t come cheap, however. The total body spray’s cost at Line-X varies, ranging generally from $3,000 to $5,000. That compares with $450 to $550 for a standard bedliner spray, Liveoak says. Still, it should last the lifetime of the vehicle, she adds.
How long does LINE-X last?
LINE-X offers a Limited Lifetime National Warranty. It is warranted for as long as you own the vehicle for peeling, blistering, flaking, bubbling or other workmanship issues. If you happen to move, the warranty is covered by our extensive network of over 400 dealers nationwide.
Is Rhino liner or LINE-X better?
Line-X linings can be sprayed thin or not, which conforms to the contours of the truck bed but has a very hard, rough surface. Most Line-X linings are harder than Rhino’s and therefore more resistant to tears, but can be hard on the knees when moving around the truck bed and can damage cargo.
Does spray-in bedliner void warranty?
“Any modification can violate the warranty if it is determined the aftermarket installation caused the damage,” said Marc Henreteta, manager of sales, service and dealer communications for the Chrysler Group. “If the drop in bedliner rubbed on the bed of the truck someplace it could void the warranty.”
How much does a spray on truck bed liner cost?
The cost of a LINE-X spray-on bedliner varies by location but averages between $600-$700. Customers can choose to upgrade their bedliner with UV protection to prevent fading or opt for a tougher spray-on coating formula for maximum durability.
What does it cost for a spray in bedliner?
between $300 to $850
Spray-in Bedliners The cost for a spray-in will average anywhere between $300 to $850. Unlike cheaper options, like roll-ins, your best option is to forego DIY work and have them professionally installed. Spray-in bedliners are also a permanent solution.
Can you brush on bed liner?
Brush-on and roll on bedliners are skid resistant, but on the downside, they can’t be removed and aren’t as thick as drop-ins, so they’re subject to denting. The three critical steps for a solid, long-lasting coating are preparation, preparation, preparation.
Are spray on bedliners worth it?
Bed liners: yes, it’s worth it As a truck owner, you do not have to be torn between the idea of using your truck and the possible damage that may result from doing so. A truck bed liner will provide you with maximum protection, and allow you to get the most use possible from your vehicle.
What is line-X?
Click for more details. LINE-X offers a universal solution to protect any type of vehicle exterior or interior. Whether it’s unseen protection for a car’s undercarriage to defend against corrosion, or a rugged exterior layer to guard against real-world scrapes and scratches, you can travel confidently on-road and off.
How long has line X been in business?
For over 25 years LINE-X has led the way in spray-on protective coating technology, and has delivered the corrosion resistant solution to millions of satisfied customers. What started primarily as a bedliner is now being used to cover and protect components from bumper to bumper, inside and out of your vehicle.
Why line-X coating?
The LINE-X range of tough, durable coatings are guaranteed to protect more than just your truck from the harshest elements. With manufacturing and military applications, LINE-X has you covered. We also provide all types of truck accessories, including our exclusive product line, Truck Gear by LINE-X,…
What is Lineline-X renew?
LINE-X ReNew is a bedliner enhancement system that can be used to repair and enhance any spray-on bedliner. Click for more details. Our award-winning, field-tested formulas are expertly sprayed by highly trained technicians, so you can rest assured that it’s been done right. Click for more details.