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    Default Line-x rear wheel wells.

    I have an appointment with line-x to spray my bed. Has anyone ever had them spray the rear wheel wells of their truck? My truck is white and the rear wheel wells show everything. Thinking it maybe a durable option.

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    About 5 years ago I had the interior, underside of the body, front fender liners and rear wheel wells on my 93 Wrangler sprayed with Line-X, it's held up real good over the years, cleans up well and looks great.

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    Go for it. I'm planning to get my wheel wells line-xed when I get the bed done soon. Most of the places around where I live have a "Northwest protection package" which includes that due to weather/roads, etc..

    I think it's a good mod for the good of your vehicle.

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    I agree if. Was anywhere where they salt the roads I'd have my whole undercarriage done, I plan on doing it to the 65 burb I'm getting so it'll last another 46 years
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    definitely post some before and after pics if you get the wheel wells done
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    I am also planning on getting the wheel wells done on my truck when I get the bed done.

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    Sounds like a great idea, Might just check into that myself.

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    Thanks for all the replies. I went to line-x in waterbury CT and had my bed sprayed. He said he can't spay the wheel wells because the size of the high pressure nozzle makes it physically impossible to spay in there. I saw pictures online that showed them spraying the wells while the truck was on a lift. He said he doubted that was line-x unless they had a huge spray booth. The bed looks great though. I was super nervous about going over the rail but it looks awesome. Here are some pics the truck is a 2012 2500hd.
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    I have a few options left for the rear wells at this point I could use the liner in a can and attempted to do it myself or but the plastic liners. I'm leaning towards the plastic liners but I have not decided yet.
    Last edited by chilln; 05-08-2012 at 02:59 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chilln View Post
    Thanks for all the replies. I went to line-x in waterbury CT and had my bed sprayed. Here are some pics the truck is a 2012 2500hd.

    How much did it run you if you don't mind me asking? I have a call into the local Line-X dealer, but no call back...

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    Not at all. It was $525. plus tax.

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