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Adding LINE-X to an older truck bed

What is LINE-X? Can you add LINE-X to an older truck? LINE-X is a great way to breath new life into an older truck. Truck beds really show the age of a truck: dents, scratches, rust, those stains that won't even come off. A spray-on bedliner like LINE-X can restore your truck bed back to like-new condition. It can also help prevent corrosion and even out low spots or uneven paint on bed rails that have worn away over time. LINE-X fan and Diesel Power Editor-in-Chief KC Jones gives readers an exclusive look at adding LINE-X as it is applied to “Project Big White,” a 1995 Ford F-350 dualie. Featured on TruckTrend.com April 2020

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What is the best truck bedliner?

The best protection for a truck bed is one that will preserve the utility of the truck bed for as long as they need it. Truck owners are tough on their vehicles so the best bedliner option is one that provides the durability, longevity and toughness they need. Truck bedliners come in many forms, from a high-pressure spray-on system from a brand like LINE-X or a quick DIY job from a can, but ultimately it depends on how a truck owner uses their truck. For new truck owners, it can be difficult to decide what type of liner and brand to choose. It often comes down to price, looks, durability, and convenience. To help answer these questions we’ve put together a list of the most common type of truck bed liners and the key differences between them.

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How Much Does a Truck Bedliner Cost?

The cost of a spray-on bedliner varies by location but averages around $500. 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.