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Putting out a feeler to see what people think of the Honda Racing GNCC Front Bumper being sprayed with black Line-X. Line-X is a spray-on truck bedliner. I already have the Honda Racing GNCC Front Bumper, and due to lack of interest, I am unable to sell it. So, why not spray black bedliner on it and use what I already got. The Line-X people say it will adhere to brushed aluminum without problem.

Thoughts? Has anyone already done this?

Bumper: http://compare.ebay.com/like/260779326605?var=lv&ltyp=AllFixedPriceItemTypes&var=sbar&_lwgsi=y

Line-X: http://line-xoftulsa.com/prodinfo.php


 

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Hmm interesting :) wonder if there is a similar company here :)
 

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DE700 Did most of his bike's parts with Linex and it look pretty good. If you do a search under his profile for all of his post, pretty sure that you would find his post about this
 

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I seen at Raptor at HDD that had a lot of parts line x'd and I think it looked good.
 

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I used line-x on the running boards and the roof racks of my old truck, they turned out amazing. every time you wash them they shine like new and I had it installed for over a year. The stuff looks a lot better than rhino lining or any of the other stuff I looked into. I would highly recommend line-x to anybody.
 

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I thought about doing some off road rims with line-x for my truck as well but ran out of funds to do it. that stuff is super tough I never had a dent or ding in my running boards even after a ton of off roading. I would say do it if you can afford it.
 

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how much is it looks interesting what is the difference between that and rhino bedliner
 

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price will vary by the shop you go to. my stuff was done while he was doing a trailer so he used the overspray to cover my items. the difference I have seen is that rhino lining seems to be softer, it's tears and peals. the line-x is very hard and the guy told me it's applied at extreme temperatures and when it cools it hardens to 8x the strength of steel. they can also color match the line-x now from what I hear, so you could have it sprayed in whatever color you wanted.
 

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