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Line-Xing a 130 Truck Bed...

Would you do it? It's crossed my mind, but I can't bring myself to covering it's beautiful scratches.
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I did the Double Cab bed and love it. It helped deaden some of the sound and made it feel a bit more solid.
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Would you do it? It's crossed my mind, but I can't bring myself to covering it's beautiful scratches.

Have two of them and can't convince myself to go there. What's the point once you already have the waves in the floor and the dents and scratches ? Is what it is, an aluminum pickup truck.
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Old December 20th, 2012, 09:16 PM
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Have two of them and can't convince myself to go there. What's the point once you already have the waves in the floor and the dents and scratches ? Is what it is, an aluminum pickup truck.
Yeah, think I'm with you. I just can't do it....
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I'm in the same boat.

Keep thinking about but just can't do it..... I love those aluminum scratches.
I want to repaint soon though so it will either be remove all the paint or some sort of liner to cover it..... Can't stand the thought of red scratches......
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i will most likely be doing it to the 109's bed. and pulling the galvy capping and galvy floor rails, getting it sprayed and than putting the floor rails back down.
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Is there some sort of clear or matte version of a bedliner out there? I thought that a textured heavy duty clearcoat may be ideal for in the bed use
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