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So I contacted a local Line-X retailer here in town to get a quote to have the factory front bumper, aftermarket rear bumper with rear tire swing out and the two side side steps coated. The quote below is if I remove the pieces and bring them in.

Line-X Premium with the UV fade protection.

Front bumper: $424
Rear bumper(including side steps): $424
Swing-out Tire Arm: $132

TOTAL: $980 + tax 8.25%($80.85) = $1,060.85

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Just buy a Raptor lining kit off of Amazon for around $100. Has 4 bottles and should be enough for both bumpers. It's what I'm going to do when I get my Hefty bumper as a few people here showed me theirs.

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B003TQIIPG...=3NK316O5R3VC9

You will need to borrow or rent an air compressor and what PSI you set it at determines the texture.
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Good lord thats pricey. I just buy the spray on Rustoleum bed liner from Lowes. Its like 7-8$ a can. PREP is key! All you really need to do is sand the surface for the liner to stick to. I did my rear bumper and carrier and front bumper and haven't had any chipping in over a year. I think I did 3-4 coats too.


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Just buy a Raptor lining kit off of Amazon for around $100. Has 4 bottles and should be enough for both bumpers. It's what I'm going to do when I get my Hefty bumper as a few people here showed me theirs.

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B003TQIIPG...=3NK316O5R3VC9

You will need to borrow or rent an air compressor and what PSI you set it at determines the texture.
I was just reading up on the U-Pol Raptor Lining. Looks like pretty good stuff. I have an air compressor, just need to get a new regulator. Looks like something I could do for a lot less.

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I was just reading up on the U-Pol Raptor Lining. Looks like pretty good stuff. I have an air compressor, just need to get a new regulator. Looks like something I could do for a lot less.
Yeah its pretty good stuff. Look up some videos on it as well. One I saw a guy set it to 70PSI I think and the outcome looked very similar to textured black powdercoat. UPOL also sells a tintable version as well so that you add the color you want to make it whatever custom bedliner color suits your fancy.


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The rustoleum is excellent item and cheap. ive painted my bumper , tiregate etc with it. Its not as good as the raptor from what I heard. As an actual bed liner i dont recommend it though.
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I was just reading up on the U-Pol Raptor Lining. Looks like pretty good stuff. I have an air compressor, just need to get a new regulator. Looks like something I could do for a lot less.
USE A RESPIRATOR WITH SPECIFIC CARTRIDGE FILTERS!!

You add in hardener to the Raptor liner which is some of the worst stuff for your lungs to inhale, so go buy the proper cartridges and shave before using it so the mask seals tight.
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I did the Line X on my stock front and rear bumper for $400 without having to remove anything. The salesman was hooking me up. But it wasn't "Premium or UV protection"

It's been years, hasn't fade yet. Or at least I haven't notice any difference.
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