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Line X for a boat trailer??? #13367465 12/10/19 03:02 PM
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I have an older Bass Cat and the trailer needs sandblasted/painted. I’ve heard a few people talk about Line X....pros and cons??

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Re: Line X for a boat trailer??? [Re: Wave Away] #13367530 12/10/19 03:52 PM
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Pro? It’s very durable.
Con? It’s only black once....then it’s dirty forever.

I am thinking about doing Raptor Liner on mine. Same basic thing. I have a scratched up looking trailer though, so it would be an improvement on my trailer.


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Re: Line X for a boat trailer??? [Re: Wave Away] #13367582 12/10/19 04:21 PM
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Gatorhyde is what is on the trailers made by marine masters, under lots of boats.

They offer a paint over gator hide option at phoenix, it is shiny then and cleans well, BUT it will flake off if you power wash etc or may just flake off randomly some time. Mine is not paint over and it always looks a dull ashen color. Lots of posts about that out there.

If the prep on your trailer isnt good the gatorhyde or any coating will delaminate, peel etc.

http://www.gatorhyde.com/

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Re: Line X for a boat trailer??? [Re: SteezMacQueen] #13367689 12/10/19 05:38 PM
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Originally Posted by SteezMacQueen
Pro? It’s very durable.
Con? It’s only black once....then it’s dirty forever.

I am thinking about doing Raptor Liner on mine. Same basic thing. I have a scratched up looking trailer though, so it would be an improvement on my trailer.


popcorn2 Most of the spray on's come in alternate colors. A trailer is going to get dirty just like anything else on the road or dipped in the lake. It can be power washed just like the rest too.


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Re: Line X for a boat trailer??? [Re: Wave Away] #13367751 12/10/19 06:22 PM
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Had my last boat trailer done, the whole thing. Won't do it again, it gets so dirty even hard for power washer to clean. Also doesn't take long for it to look dull and faded.

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Re: Line X for a boat trailer??? [Re: SteezMacQueen] #13368444 12/11/19 03:18 AM
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Originally Posted by SteezMacQueen
Pro? It’s very durable.
Con? It’s only black once....then it’s dirty forever.

hmmm It power washes clean, had mine done years ago with lineX. Plus they can do what ever color you want if you dont like black I had they do my keel guard to match my boat hull.

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