"This does look nice!
How many days did they have the truck? Do you have to wait a few days for it to cure?"
The bumper is a DIY kit that you need to weld and... I don't weld. So that took about a week because they realized the stock bumper moves up with the body lift however my new bumper does not without some additional brackets from MOVE... so this fabricator added on the extra piece at the top to fill in the gap and I actually like it much better at this height and think it looks great.
line x was actually booked up for 2 months before they could get me in for the whole truck so I asked if we could just do the bumpers first because I can't have raw steel and they agreed. Took them a couple days to do the 2 bumpers but I think they were busy and could have done it in a day.
Came back in early January to drop it off again for the body and this time it took them 3 weeks. There is quite a lot of prep work and taking things apart, sanding, taping off etc. They told me they spend 2 days straight spraying nothing else but my truck so that's why it takes a while to get it on the calendar. They sprayed on wed/thur and I picked it up Monday night. I don't know if that time was needed for curing or to put everything back together or both.
The reason I went with line x even though it's the most expensive is mainly because they seemed pretty experienced with the whole vehicle sprays and the fact that the premium comes with a UV clear coat protection to help against our brutal sun here in CO. I also liked the texture better than the Rhino lining (what I have in my actual bed). I am extremely pleased and although I didn't have my truck for quite a long period of time I'm lucky that I don't commute and we can drive my wife's car.
P.S. you can have them spray in colors but it does cost more