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Old 03-29-2012, 02:42 PM   #1
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Linexed the interior of the JKU

Just got the jeep back from linex, pretty happy with the work, they even linexed the rails so I don't scuff em up putting the hard top off and on with my hoist.
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Old 03-29-2012, 02:48 PM   #2
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Looks great! I like the color match

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Old 03-29-2012, 02:57 PM   #3
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Cost? Time? Who handled the prep work?

That's very cool. Wouldn't have occured to me to do a color match, though it looks good with the Mango Tango.
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Old 03-29-2012, 03:52 PM   #4
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Cost? Time? Who handled the prep work?

That's very cool. Wouldn't have occured to me to do a color match, though it looks good with the Mango Tango.
would like to know as well.

looks great btw. really want to pull the carpets and get mine lined...
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Old 03-29-2012, 03:59 PM   #5
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Looks awesome. How much did that run you? Did you pay extra for the color?
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Old 03-29-2012, 08:24 PM   #6
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Love a LineXed tub. How you handleing the smell?
It'll go away in a few weeks.
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Old 03-29-2012, 08:54 PM   #7
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Cost? Time? Who handled the prep work?

That's very cool. Wouldn't have occured to me to do a color match, though it looks good with the Mango Tango.
I stripped it out, they did everything else, the sanding, prep, and spray.
Cost me just over 1,100.00. Took em about a week.
Took me 3-5 hrs to take it all out(it was broken up over few days, so not really sure), and only maybe two hours to get it all back in. I just lack the trim right now. It's going in tomorrow.
Well, that and the bolt for the seat my daughter lost while helping me today. It magically reappeared this afternoon though, so it's all good.
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Looks awesome. How much did that run you? Did you pay extra for the color?
Color was 300 extra, but I saved about 2-300 by stripping everything but drivers seat and belt myself. It is a 4door, so a little more than a 2door.

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Love a LineXed tub. How you handleing the smell?
It'll go away in a few weeks.
I haven't smelled it yet, had the doors off everytime I've driven it! Guess I'll find out in morning when I head to work.

Thanks y'all, I'm pretty happy overall, I know it was a chunk of change, but I think it will protect the jeep in the long run, and it looks bad ass!

I put soft top in tonight, so tomorrow I'll take pics of the rail.
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Any chance you got a quote if you had them do the work? I am definately interested in the LineX route but I lack the time, knowledge, and confidence I'd need to think I could get it all back in lol
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That looks awesome, digging the color. But I wanna ask, did you ever consider doing it yourself?
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It was 750 for 2door in black, 300 for color. And a little more for the 4door. Dunno exactly. It really wasn't that hard, and it all went back easy. You don't have to worry about the wires. Most you leave alone and let them deal with them. The ones you have to mess with are the quick disconnects.
I put all the bolts I took out back into their holds a few turns so the guys could see where they went and not fill in those holes.
Putting it all back together was easy and it all really only has one way to go back in.
Only the rear cargo strap bolts are different and have to be careful which ones go in which hole.
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That looks awesome, digging the color. But I wanna ask, did you ever consider doing it yourself?
I did, but didn't have the time or energy with full time job and two kids under two on my days off! Plus, this way I know it's been done right, and the wife wanted the color match.

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