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post #1 of 9 Old 11-15-2010, 07:19 PM Thread Starter
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Spray/Roll In Bedliners.....

So i have been in the market for doin a spray in bedliner for a while... however i know a few folks that have done their own with the roll in type and it looks great...

My question is how does the roll in stuff hold up and how much do you think it would take to do a short bed?... thanks for your help i plan on doing this very soon....

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i used the duplicolor "bed armour" about 2 months ago. looks good and has held up so far. now i dont use my truck for heavy haling everyday but i have slid a few thibgs and loaded up some heavy stuff so far and no knicks. the instructions say you can touch up at any time so thats a plus. i got it when they were doing a $25 mail in rebate so the total cost was only $75 and about a day worth of prep and work, much better than a line-x or rhino line. i bought a 1 gallon kit and still have about 20-25% left. bottom line is its good but if you use it everyday i would go for the professional job

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i herculiner'd the entire tub of my suburban and the outside i had line x'd. the inside held up well. but like stated before if you plan on haul stuff in bed i'd get the linex or something similar

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i herculined the rockers on my old truck. It didn't hold up well to the pressure washer. It would start to show paint through. I have seen lots of the roll on stuff in beds and it will peel off over time. I would only go spray on if it was me. There are some spray on DIY kits that seem to be doing ok. Raptor liner on Ebay is one of them. I know another member on here did his rockers with the raptor and its just like rhino or line-x, but doesn't cost $500 to do.

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yeah i think im just gonna pay the money and get it done right the first time... just thought id see if anyone had any luck with the diy stuff.... thank yall for the feedback its appreciated

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You get what you pay for, Rino and Line-x are expensive but TOTALLY worth it, I used the raptor kit, it worked well for a while but eventually started coming off, The Rino and Line-x are WAY thicker and will stand up to anything

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Look up reviews on the place you go to. There's a rhino liner dealer here who would refuse to warranty his work and eventually went out of business. I know quite a few fleet work trucks with his peeling bedliner on them and they are sol since hes long gone.
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