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Ok so about a year ago I had line x spray the under carriage of my grand am, my car needs to be repainted a lot of people are saying that a should have them match my paint numbers and paint my car with line x. We have been having a lot of people doing it around here, I just want to know what you guys think about it.

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Ok so about a year ago I had line x spray the under carriage of my grand am, my car needs to be repainted a lot of people are saying that a should have them match my paint numbers and paint my car with line x. We have been having a lot of people doing it around here, I just want to know what you guys think about it.

You don't have a jeep. There's no reason for it, don't do it.

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Personally, don't get the point of painting your car with Line-X.

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I asked on here because i trust your imput and suggestions. I think they say i should do it because it would be different. I do have to say that the trucks they are doing it to look nice, and yes i know i said trucks. It is very protective.


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I asked on here because i trust your imput and suggestions. I think they say i should do it because it would be different. I do have to say that the trucks they are doing it to look nice, and yes i know i said trucks. It is very protective.

IMO I wouldn't do it just to be different. If YOU like the look and think its worth it then go for it. I personally don'tsee any benefits on a street car.

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You could use roofing tar and asphalt shingles if looking different was important .. that's protective too ...


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didnt Mythbusters (or some other show) do the liner paint job?

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didnt Mythbusters (or some other show) do the liner paint job?

They did. They used rhino liner on an old Ford Tempo, they did prove it'll hold up on bumpers on light impacts (5mph) but that's about it.

Like I said, there's no benefit of it, unless you have a Jeep or some four wheeler.

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