Thanks for the compliment.To each their own. I dig your truck a lot. I read a little one your suspension setup. Looks like the perfect amount of lift for our trucks IMO
Hopefully there was actual surface prep, especially the chrome surface of the rear bumper. Proper job is to primer the front bumper with flex agent then paint; rear chrome should be stripped off (scuffing would be the shortcut way), then sand, then prime, then paint.
Well the way I see it, it's my truck lol. If I like it, that's all that matters. As far as prep for the bumpers....we'll see! Lol, if it doesn't hold up I'll let you all knowThanks for the compliment.
And thanks for not getting all sensitive just because someone doesn't agree with you on a forum
Sounds about right... a few years ago I got a quote from an authorized Line-X dealer for $275 for just the rear bumper - but that was for a complete disassemble (remove from the truck), full prep, prime, Line-X, then put everything back together. I like how the quote was for a thorough job... Some places would just mask off the back of the truck and just spray the entire rear in one shot... obviously they quoted less.
Diddo. Got a quote of $700 per side for the rocker panels. shop said it was the labor of taping off all the areas around/inside doors ect... that drives up the cost. Still want to do it though.
Line X's site says "LINE-X weights around .7 pounds per square foot and it is sprayed to a thickness of ⅛ of an inch so it is not thick" or 40-70 pounds depending on bed size. I wouldn't think it'd weigh much more than having an extra person with you at all times. But I'll defer to SeanAny idea how much weight this added?