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Zachary
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Best spray in bed liner in Baton Rouge


Been a longtime since I bought a truck that didn't have a liner in it. Where in Baton Rouge to get it done and cost of mid size truck bed? Thanks






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Shexter
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re: Best spray in bed liner in Baton Rouge


Go see John Cooper at Line X on Florida past O'neal.
As far as technology, he's light years ahead of most places in BR.






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lsufan1971
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CSC customs did my F150. They use armadillo liners. They did a great job.





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Zachary
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re: Best spray in bed liner in Baton Rouge


Thanks Friends





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Shexter
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re: Best spray in bed liner in Baton Rouge


Top 3 shops:
Line X
CSC Customs
Rhino Liner of BR






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convertedtiger
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How much is it for 5.5' 2013 F150? Have rail caps so only would need it to the top. Anyone know?





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lsufan1971
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The dealership threw mine in on my deal but I believe CSC cost was $475 plus tax on my 13 F150 with the 5.5 ft bed. Don't hold me to it recalling from my shitty memory.





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dlambe5
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Mine was $350 for my F150 at rhino liners of Baton Rouge.

Saw a sign at Kirks in Gonzales saying spray in liners $275. My brother in law had his done there and it looked good.






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convertedtiger
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Thanks guys. Both sound much better than I had feared. The truck is almost a year old and my bed is scuffed to hell and back from heavy use. I think its time to take the plunge. I drive by Line X on the way to and from work but they are always closed when I go by.





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DLauw
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You need to ask yourself what you want out of a bedliner. You want it for bed protection? They all do that.
You want it for looks? I think Linex looks the best
You want to put something in the bed and not have it slide around? Rhino or Reflex
You want shite to slide in and out of the bed easily? Linex or Speedliner
You want to be able to get on your knees in it? Back to Rhino or Reflex
You want it thick? Rhino or Reflex

As I said, personally, I think linex looks the best but I also think others have a bit better upsides.

I looked at all of the different bedliner companies before deciding which I wanted to be a dealer for. I chose a softer, more rubbery, durable, warm mix system. I'm not going to say which one but go look around and get samples.






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Shexter
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Kirks in Gonzales saying spray in liners $275

I think they're using UPOL or Morton.
Those brands are more of the DIY type.
They look good, but not as durable.

If you want that, just but the kit for $100, rent compressor for $50, and do it yourself.
BTW, Fact-O-Bake on Airline is doing bedliners now too, and using quality product.
The new owner is slowly stepping up the quality of work around there.






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NorthEnd
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Line x guy was total asshat to me. Would not recommend. I have armadillo and like it a lot.





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