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Has anyone ever had their plastics on their ranger sprayed with linex? I've seen some pictures of some 4wheelers done and they look really good. Just wondering how it would hold up on plastic? I have linex in my truck bed. It's been in there a year and still looks brand new. Thanks for any help.
 

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On polarisatvforums.com there was a fellow member who had his plastic racks line-x'd. Seemed like he was happy with it and that it held up well with no issues, but idk whatever came of it long term. He was one of those guys who joined for a month or two and vanished.
 

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The linex dealer that did my truck bed did this 4wheeler. Going to try calling them tomorrow to see if they think it will last.
 

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Biggest issue I can see is how much these plastics actually flex....see what they say and post back !!!!!
 

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I did my flares, nose piece and tail piece in white linex. It holds up great and cleans up easy.
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I have a buddy that had his sprayed by Critter Gitters in League City, TX. Not Linex brand but similar. Brand new machine so I can't say how well it will hold up, but it looks great.
 

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Preparation is the key and go easy on the power washing. I read where they use spray can off the shelf. Comes off they just spray touch up. :)
 

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I power wash mine all the time. No issues. The key is spraying linex on all sides so the plastic is encapsulated.
 
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