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post #11 of (permalink) Old 02-27-2003, 05:43 PM
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Re: Line-X/Rhino Liner

Hello All, Thanks you for all of your advice and I wish I could return the favor of advice to other members. The only thing I really know about CJ's is that they are one of sweet slices of Americana. Anyway, has anyone done the line-x coating themselves? How were the results is it tough to get?


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post #12 of (permalink) Old 02-28-2003, 03:11 AM
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Re: Line-X/Rhino Liner

all the thing´s you wrot about the line x liner is right,
but not the part about that some get their from the top of the tanker, i now for a fact that !!

line X are produced at their own plant in Cali. the factory gets the ingrediens in railcars(tankers) they test and save samples of all shipments going uot of the facility.
the product is delivered to their dealers in 55 gallon drums and not by a tankertruck
also there is no possibility that you can get the "waste" in the bottom of a drum because it is stirred for 30 minutes every morning before they start spraying.

this sound a bit like i am trying to sell line x,
and i am i hope to start up a buisness here in Denmark
in the next weeks. i have cheked uot the competition in
truck bed liners and line X had the best product.
it is not the cheapest, but you get a lifetime warrenty.

soon i have to go to cali for traning and i will need somting to do my traning on so if somone is up for a free
line x coating sen me a email.

sorry for this long reply


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Re: Line-X/Rhino Liner

Where are you going in California?

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Re: Line-X/Rhino Liner

i am going to santa ana where line x is at, this is for traning, an some fun (hopefully).
i was there in novenber Great weahter 90 degrees all the time. we hope to go sailing too
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