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    Quote Originally Posted by ajarman View Post
    Where in the world are you getting Line-X done for $325!? Around here it cost $500 over the rail for 5'9" bed. I had my running boards sprayed with no fad Line-X and it was $200 and I thought that was a fair price.
    Eh, I was basing that off the price I paid when I got mine done. But, that was back in 2001 and I haven't needed to price a bed liner since. The demand for spray-on liners has certainly increased and, like everything else, the price has gone up significantly.
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    You can say that again! EVERYTHING has gone up. Just making sure TX didnt have the deal of a life time on Line-X

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  3. #13

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    Most bedliner products are petroleum based, so you can thank your favorite sheik for the price increases.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dennisshipman View Post
    Weird but two of my fender flares right left rear and right front are noticeably faded. I wanted to have them coated to save money but the Line - X dealers in the area are asking $200 - $225 with the flares removed. I think that is high for 10 to 15 minutes worth of work.
    Do the prep before taking them to the shop. In that way, you can save a few bucks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by truc.karl View Post
    Do the prep before taking them to the shop. In that way, you can save a few bucks.
    Probably not, the shop is going to prep the substrate their way. However, you will save money by doing some other labor. For example, if you want a bumper sprayed, remove the bumper yourself and take it to the dealer. Otherwise, the dealer will probably charge you to remove and reinstall the bumper.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ajarman View Post
    Where in the world are you getting Line-X done for $325!? Around here it cost $500 over the rail for 5'9" bed. I had my running boards sprayed with no fad Line-X and it was $200 and I thought that was a fair price.
    I was just going through all my old truck-related receipts at home. I was looking for the receipt for the very first time I purchased tires for my truck. I came across the receipt for my bed-liner. Keep in mind, this was back in late 2001 but I got my "over the rail" Line-X bed-liner for $351.81 including tax.

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    That is CRAZY! Mine was done Spring of '11 and was $500 over the rail. Demand or inflation or maybe combo of both?

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    I suspect spray-in bed liners have some petroleum products in them. The cost of oil has doubled or even trippled since I got mine. Inflation is a factor as well.

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