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Old 07-05-2012, 05:01 PM   #1
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Spray In Bedliner

I had our Spray in Bedliner done today, looks good.

They said not to put anything in for 24 hours.

Since we now have a 8 Ft Bed on our Truck, I am changing our 5th Wheel hitch from a Slider to a stationary mount.

The trailer plug for the bed and the stationary mount arms for the hitch should be here tomorrow.

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Old 07-05-2012, 05:11 PM   #2
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Looks good! Line-x? That is what I have in my truck and it is holding up really well.
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Old 07-05-2012, 05:35 PM   #3
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Line-X here as well and other than fading a little it has no cracks or holes. Going on 9 years old.
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Old 07-05-2012, 05:47 PM   #4
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Just had my Line-X sprayed last week. Looks awesome, def worth the money. rbrumfield... they have 3 grades of it now. If you go for the middle grade (premium) I was told there is even less fading and it's easier to clean.
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Old 07-05-2012, 05:58 PM   #5
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Mine was sprayed on nearly eight years ago now, and has been used hard, not a grocery hauler :hihi:. It has held up well. The guy said he would guarantee it for anything but running fork lifts into it. Never had a desire to try that one anyway. Mine comes up to the top outer edge of the rail.
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Mine was sprayed on nearly eight years ago now, and has been used hard, not a grocery hauler :hihi:. It has held up well. The guy said he would guarantee it for anything but running fork lifts into it. Never had a desire to try that one anyway. Mine comes up to the top outer edge of the rail.
Is it crabproof ?
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Is it crabproof ?
It is indeed.
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Mine was done in 2003 all in all it's holding up very nicely. Saw another F250 today with no bed liner and it was all scratched up looked nasty. Definitely a great thing to do!
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Why switch out the slider for a stationary hitch and spend money you don't need to spend. Just don't slide it and you have a stationary one.
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Why switch out the slider for a stationary hitch and spend money you don't need to spend. Just don't slide it and you have a stationary one.
I am only changing out the hitch arms because the Slider Hitch unit has more "Clunking" when towing due to the rollers and slider mechanism than the stationary arms.

Still going to use the Valley Hitch head, I like the Valley hitch design and the head is in great condition.

The Valley stationary arms were about $60.
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