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Old 09-17-2013, 11:21 PM
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Has anyone ever changed their order once it hits the system? I'm scheduled for production next week on the 25th I believe. I'm thinking about taking off the bed liner and going with a company right down the road from my house. I'll know for sure once I call them and get a quote.
Just curious if it's possible for them to remove that option from the build.

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Yes you can change the order, but because you've past edit, your dealer won't like it.

Usually, when an order passes edit, the dealer will need to cancel and reorder.. If your order happens to be something common, that the dealer feels will be easy to sell, they might leave the order in place and just place a 2nd order for you..
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i suggest you just let it go through
the company that sprays the bedliners is LINE-X
they bought out the company called GFX (Ground Effects )

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You are making a big mistake in judgment about the spray in liner. The Ram liner is about the best I have seen. It is super durable, not abrasive to the sking, attractive and uniform. Additionally, the neatness and skill which the liner is applied is literally perfect. The people who do it for Ram are clearly expert.

You are obsessing over nothing and wearing yourself out with this thought of going through so much trouble to remove an option that you actually benefit from. But as they say, go knock yourself out.
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As others have said, it's a really good liner and the shop has a really good quality control team. They even take off the tailgate panel and spray it separately which a lot of local shops won't do.
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As others have said, it's a really good liner and the shop has a really good quality control team. They even take off the tailgate panel and spray it separately which a lot of local shops won't do.
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You are making a big mistake in judgment about the spray in liner. The Ram liner is about the best I have seen. It is super durable, not abrasive to the sking, attractive and uniform. Additionally, the neatness and skill which the liner is applied is literally perfect. The people who do it for Ram are clearly expert.

You are obsessing over nothing and wearing yourself out with this thought of going through so much trouble to remove an option that you actually benefit from. But as they say, go knock yourself out.
exactomondo...ive ben living with mine for several weeks, lots of crap up in the bed since then, and its just fine....relax....
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It was just a thought, after calling around to a few different shops, the factory spray is cheaper than anyone i could find. I'm for sure letting the order go through. Just getting excited as it's being built next week. I live in South Eastern WI so all they have to do is put it on a fairy across lake Michigan ( I know they won't but would be nice).
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It was just a thought, after calling around to a few different shops, the factory spray is cheaper than anyone i could find. I'm for sure letting the order go through. Just getting excited as it's being built next week. I live in South Eastern WI so all they have to do is put it on a fairy across lake Michigan ( I know they won't but would be nice).
I would PAY to see that...nuff said....
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would be pretty cool huh.
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