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  1. Had a Bullet Liner installed today! Super happy with it. Had one on a previous truck with no issues, plus it was half the cost of Line-X with the same lifetime warranty.
  2. Morning! I recently purchased a 2015 Silverado 2500 for myself and I’ve come across a few things I didn’t know if anyone else had experience with. 1.) the previous owner had what I assume was a toolbox bolted into the bed and removed it when he sold it so there are about 10 small screw holes through the bed liner, didn’t know if there was a good way to weathertight seal these. 2.) there is some dried concrete in the bed liner and some comments I saw were that chemicals used to remove it also ate away the bed liner so I’m trying to avoid those ones. Not sure if there was a good way to remove it. 3.) the trailer hitch sleeve reducer was left in for a while and has rusted into the hitch itself, I’ve tried hammering it from inside out, using WD-40 and a couple other products with no progress at all.
  3. 2017 Sierra 5.3 4x4 crew cab short bed. So I had a Rhino liner sprayed in my truck yesterday, and when I picked up the truck the CEL was on for the first time since I’ve owned it. It was pouring rain and I was in a hurry to get back to work, so I figured I’d deal with it later, and maybe they unplugged something or let the battery drain. Light stayed on back to work and again on the way home. Checked the codes and it had a p0449 and another one for throttle position, but drove fine. Reset the codes and drove to work today with no CEL. Remote start wouldn’t work when I left work, and sure enough it was back, but just the p0449 this time. I checked all of the hoses, wiring, and what I could see of the tank and etc but I see no problems. The solenoid is under the cab and not near the bed, so any ideas if they could have jacked something up when prepping or spraying? Truck is under warranty but I don’t want to pay $100 for GM to say that Rhino folks messed something up and it’s not covered under warranty, but don’t want to harass the bedliner guys if it truly was a coincidence and not related to anything they did. Thoughts?
  4. Hello Everyone, newly purchased a 2018 GMC Sierra SLT. It didn't come with a spray in bed liner, and I'd like to have one added. I really like the look of the GMC logo in the front of the bed. Does anyone know how to go about accomplishing the same thing with a Line-X bed liner? I've searched and not had any luck finding details for it. I know it isn't stamped into the front of the bed, so I would think it could be added to aftermarket spray in bed liners too. Any assistance here is appreciated! I'm specifically looking for the GMC logo, but I'm sure people would be interested in the Chevy bowtie too.
  5. Christopher Hawkins Community Manager, GM-Trucks.com 3/30/2015 Product: X02 bed coating kit Manufacturer: Scorpion Coatings What it is: Premium professional quality spray-in bed liner that can be done by a professional or at home What Scorpion says it does: “Our bed liner for trucks system is composed of the highest quality polyurethanes that keeps your truck bed looking new for years to come. This tough, virtually impenetrable polyurethane resists both moisture and rust, unlike many other “drop in” bedliners. By using a drop-in, moisture and rust can get into the smallest of cracks and the tiniest of holes, rendering you bedliner useless within a short period of time. Not with Scorpion Coatings. We understand the pride our customer take in their truck beds and we know what it means to keep your truck looking new for years to come.” Cost: $199 for a 2 gallon kit with gun and hopper Tested On 2004 GMC Sierra Extended Cab/Standard Bed I recently had a chance to install and test the Scorpion X02 spray-in bed liner. I wanted a cheaper DIY alternative to Rhino or Line-X without using a roll-on or spray can. I first found Scorpion while at the SEMA Show in 2013. I drifted into their booth and had a lengthy conversation with one of their representatives. The product looked great on samples and a completely covered Hummer H1. It got my attention because it was a lower cost alternative to Line-X and Rhino but still gave the look of being a spray-on. The X02 bed coating is also an alternative to a drop-in plastic liner. It is easy to spray in and the provided gun is essentially a modified drywall texture gun. It can be color matched to your truck or virtually any color you want. Kit Unboxed The kit that I got is the standard black color but I opted to get the additional red metal flake added in. I did all the prep work myself and a friend of mine who is a retired plasterer did the spraying of the liner in my own garage. Install Process The install was fairly easy. If you are somewhat handy and have repainted anything around the house, then you can do this. A friend and I did this in my garage. If you do not feel as comfortable, there are dedicated professionals that can be located online using Scorpion's website. 1. Sand the clear coat 2. Mask the bed and tailgate and cover the truck 3. Spray adhesion promoter 4. Spray liner Scorpion’s liner builds upon itself. This allows it to be sprayed as thick as you want it. The standard 2 gallon kit will spray on thicker than Line-X. It is actually tackier than the Line-X liners I have used. Once I place something in the bed, the tackiness of the Scorpion X02 holds it in place. During the install, the factory drain holes were retained unlike a drop-in liner. Because the X02 is acrylic reinforced polyurethane, it has held up to the California sun and 3 to 4 drive through car washes every week. It is still as black as when it was sprayed and the metal flake has held up. One gallon of acetone did spill in the tailgate and did not have any ill effect on the liner. How well does it work? So far the only items I have hauled with the bed liner are lumber, groceries, and an old water heater. The bed liner has held up excellent to what I have thrown in it. The water heater had some sharp metal edges and even dug in a bit, but still didn’t harm the liner. The water heater rolled in the bed but did not slide. The grip works great for holding items in place. As for groceries, I've thrown cases of water and soda in the bed and they stayed put for the drive home. Finished In use Conclusion If you don’t like the cost of a Line-X or Rhino and a drop in liner just won't do, the Scorpion X02 Kit is the answer. It looks amazing, has just enough grip that nothing slides, and was done in just one afternoon in my own garage. Going forward, I will use this in any truck I get.
  6. Hello all, has anyone looked into bed rail systems for the beds of their truck. I have seen these systems on the Toyotas and they seem really effective. Its quite a system system, but seems to be very versatile, and with some creativity you can mount almost anything. I am considering trying to adapt the Toyota system to my bed, or using similar extruded aluminum channel to make my own. Any info on this? http://www.amazon.com/Genuine-Toyota-Accessories-PT278-34072-Select/dp/B002SAR54O#Ask
  7. Going to Lemon my 2014 GMC sierra Denali 1500 6.2L so I am selling all of the aftermarket parts. Corsa Exhaust for 6.2L Crew Cab Short or Std. Box 3.5" Catback Single Side Exit, twin 4.5" polished tips PN:14866 $1000 http://www.corsaperformance.com/viewpart.aspx?partnum=14866&cfg=1478 Dual Liner Short Box bed liner, includes upper tie down cuts outs pn: GMF145861 $275 local sale only http://www.dualliner.com/shopping/vaf/product/list/?category=%3F&year=10&make=6&model=108&bedLength=10 Access Lorado Tonneau Cover pn: 42319 $300 http://www.agricover.com/access/lorado/ Volant Cold Air Intake PN:155546 $25300+250 http://www.summitracing.com/parts/vnt-155546 The truck has 7k miles, bed liner, and tonneau have been installed for 5k miles, exhaust and instake were just installed @ 6500 so its basically new. None of these parts have any wear or damage, all was installed properly, mounting hardware for everything is in great shape. I will ship all of these parts via UPS except for the bedliner, since its too big! I am located in Minnesota - South West Metro. Everything is certainly available for pickup locally, haven't listed elsewhere yet. Any questions email me @ [email protected] I have an account with UPS so shipping is discounted slightly, send me your zip code and I can provide you an estimate within a few days since I have to get everything boxed up. paypal is the preferred method of payment to [email protected] Thanks!
  8. I'm new to the forum so be easy on me, but I searched around and couldn't find much regarding color matched bedliners. I just got a 2014 Silverado Z71 in Summit White. I had black Rhino Liner on a 98 GMC and liked it but it did fade over time a little bit (although they've probably come a long way in 16 years). I love the look I've seen online of color matched bed liners and a white liner seems much less likely to fade over time but I feel like it would easily get scuffs and scratches of different colors... like just today I carried a heavy item in a blue box and it left a blue streak in my bed. Will this happen with white bed liner? The real kicker here is those sweet bed LED lights I got with my 2LT package... would a black liner make them seem much less bright? It's like a christmas tree in there at night with the white painted bed and I love it! Also different brands of bedliner and your personal recommendations would be appreciated. Also pics or links to pics would be great with black or color matched and specifically lighted bed with a black liner. Thanks in advance for the help.
  9. hello, im new to this site and im trying to get my 85 gmc back on the road. Its a 6.2 diesel with a 700r4 transmision 4x4 all origional. The transmision case broke around the tailhousing so i need to get a new one, it didnt brake from impact or anything im guessing its a bad design or the driveshaft shaking around, and its had multiple transmision replacements in the past, more than it should so i dont want to make the same mistake and have to buy another one in a few years. Has anyone else had this problem? Should i switch to a diferent transmision? Are ther modifications i should do to fix the problem? Any input would be appreciated, thanks
  10. Another reason to quit smoking... Someone threw a butt out the window and it landed in my bed as I was going down the interstate. It ignited some old garage door operator boxes and blazed up to my rack where it caught the stuff up there on fire too. Ruined a lot of tools, including the handle on my welder, etc. What's really got my stumped though is how to get the liner off now...it's ruined, but it's also hardened or something now because of the fire. I need to get this junk off because I'm going to get a new liner and need a new rack. Tried chiseling at it with a paint scrapper and I swear it's laughing at me. I wish I had some pictures because it's gross, but I'm probably the only person alive without a camera phone. Also looking at getting a Dualliner this time since it's cheaper than having the respray --- http://www.dualliner.com/shoppingcart/DualLiner-Bed-Liner-Chevy-Silverado-1500-1500HD-2500HD-3500-1999-to-2007-CLASSIC-Long-8-foot-Bed.html Do you guys think I could just put it on top of the damaged spray-on?
  11. I have a Duraliner drop-in bedliner for a GMT900 with 6.5' bed. It is in OK condition with a couple of small holes worn in it. FREE to anyone who wants it. I am located in the Twin Cities metro. Local pickup only. This will fit any Regular or Extended cab with a 6' 6" bed. I know it will fit GMT900 but it may also fit others.
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