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Wink Full Line-X Bed-liner Motorcycle

So I have seem many questions about Line-X or Line X or other spray on bed-liner coatings but what many do not know is that Line-X has over 16 formulas and can be done in multiple colors it is used from truck bed liners to almost anything you want to protect. We started doing Line-X design work on trucks and ATV along while back, so why not motorcycles. Yes, it protects your bike and no it is not slippery and no you don't have to wax it. if you use Line-X Premium it does not fade. Touch ups can be done if you get into a accident. Believe it or not one of the Line-X sport bikes went down on a corner and we did not have to replace any parts. We just had to do some touch up work on the Line-X.
We have sprayed many motorcycles in black and color for several years. Line-X can be embossed in different designs or raised. As mentioned before it can have multiple colors on it too. One of our owners does air brushing and he even does designs with it. One of the designs he has done is true fire in different colors.
We have taken at least one Line-X motorcycle to the Indiana Motorcycle Expo for the last several years and each year we show off more designs and options with Line-X. This year we hope to have two new bikes. One is a Line-X Black Yamaha Venture with white pearl and tangerine candy that was just finished this month and a custom Harley that will be completed by Feb. The Line-X coating can take about 3 days and if you do design work it takes a little bit more time.
Don't believe me, check out some of the bikes we have done on You Tube : Hangout at Flames Line-X
Latest bike: https://youtu.be/5QDaQ_bEs14
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