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Old 09-05-2005, 07:03 AM
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Smile Spray in bed liners

I had in my last truck, and intend to put in my current truck, Rhino Linings spray in bed liner. GREAT stuff. It is no slip. Excellent, excellent product. I did compare Line X and Rhino, and I just liked Rhino better; personal preferrence. Right now, I have a drop in bed liner. What about you guys?
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Old 09-05-2005, 07:23 AM
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I don't have it done yet but I 'll be doing it shortly. One of my 4 wheelers tore the heck out of the bed the second week I had the truck. Ever since then I've scratched it more and more, knowing I was gonna have it sprayed over. I like Rhino but I'm worried about it fading. I want it to keep that glossy look. How did it last in your other truck?
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I am on my second rhino liner (different trucks) and my dad has one as well. I love it, it does begin to fade after a couple years, but I cleaned mine with turtle wax tire shine once in a while, it kept it shiny and made it easy to clean. They have held up very well, plus you have the lifetime warranty if you would happen to rip a portion of it up. Good product from my experience. Depending on where you get it put on, mine is around 3/8" thick in the bottom of the bed. just my two cents
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Old 09-05-2005, 11:30 AM
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Sprayed

I have a spray in liner, but i'm not sure which brand it is. There's a few spots that it's come up but nothing major. It's much better than my old drop in that I had in my old chevy. It vibrated sometimes and got on my nerves. I'm sure it'd be worse with a diesel, but I've got a nice loud 7.3 so I probably couldn't hear it anyway!
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Old 09-06-2005, 08:47 AM
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I had a hard tonneau on my last truck, so it looked awesome!!! I plan on getting a Gaylords X-2000 for my 04!! After I get a spay in liner.
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Just my 2 cents worth, but if you are going for looks with a little bit of use (hauling 4-wheelers, lawn mowers, mulch, etc) Rhino is better. keeps that glossy look and is a lot easier on your knees if you have to climb into the bed of the truck. However, if you are going to do a lot of heavy hauling, Line-X is a lot tougher and will withstand a lot more abuse.
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Old 09-06-2005, 05:08 PM
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Hey WELCOME Tater!
Thanks for the input - I personally try and find that middle ground between having a truck for hard core use but still keeping it looking awesome. It sounds like Rhino is what I personally need.
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Old 09-06-2005, 07:57 PM
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Carpet it!

So I take it that nobody is into the Bedrugs anymore? ha!
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LINE-x here. second truck weve had with it, love it. Never had rhino though.
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Old 09-13-2005, 04:12 PM
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I LOVE Rhino lining. And I will get it again. I have also decided on getting a topper and a spay in bed liner.
Here is the topped I want:
http://www.leer.com/browning.html
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