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hey guys, i am wanting to paint the plastics on my honda with bed liner, i ride through alot mud and woods so i need something thatll last. if anyone has any suggesstions to a good brand or have any tips on this will be greatly appreciated.

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I have LineX on my bed cover and it seems good and the good thing is you can get it in different colors.

LINE-X Sprayon Bedliners, Protective Coatings, Truck Bed Coating, Floor Coating, Industrial Flooring

but then there is also Rhino, It comes in different colors too and they at least say they cover Quads.

Rhino Linings | Spray Bed Liner, Spray On Bed Liners, Spray in Bed Liner

All though, Im sure LineX would too. We have Rhino over here in Australia but not LineX if thats any thing to go by? hope this helps

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It will add a millimeter or so thickness i think that's 1/25 of an inch. Over here we cant get Honda in any other color than RED and so I've been looking for an alliterative for... Well since I bought the bike so I think if I can get it in the color I want Ill do this too:biggrin: Thanks for the idea tandrew

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go talk to line x, ive been talking to them and they said if i bring them the plastics they can do it for around 200 bucks

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