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View Poll Results: Rhino, Line-X, or Speedliner???
Rhino 9 39.13%
Line-X 13 56.52%
Speedliner 1 4.35%
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Old 09-20-2007, 06:59 PM
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Rhino, Line-X, or Speedliner?

Gonna either do this myself later this fall or get someone to gift it to me, hehe...a spray-in liner: rhino, line-x, or speedliner. Opinions? Vote on which you think is the best based on personal experience w/ the product or hearing it from friends, etc.
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Old 09-21-2007, 03:50 AM
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I can't vote because I want to know too - I'll just site back and watch the poll.
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Old 09-21-2007, 05:16 AM
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In my opinion, if you have the extra time and want to save yourself 300 bucks, do the Herculiner (sp) you can get at Autozone, Checker, or nearest auto parts store....its 89 bucks covers the bed with a good coat, I would get another gallon for 30 bucks and to make it extra thick and it is just as good as any of those other brands......but beware your going to ruin a pair of pants and wear gloves, because the stuff is not all that easy to get off your skin ....hardest part is the taping off and scuffing the bed.....I've done it to all my trucks and I get asked all the time "Hey is that, that Rhino bed stuff?"
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Old 09-21-2007, 05:25 AM
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I really like my Rhino because it is somewhat soft and rubbery so stuff tends not to slide around like it does with Linex. Linex seems to be very hard and gritty, things tend to slide on them like a plastic bed liner but they look pretty tough. We use Linex at work (steel mill) to line our equipment to protect it from hydrochloric acid. I have only had mine for about a year but so far it seems to be holding up pretty good. It is about 1/8 thick and the only problem is it seems to either be fading slightly or just collecting dust which makes it look like it. Here is a pic of mine Shutterfly | Slideshow
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Old 09-21-2007, 06:14 AM
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My dad's last two trucks he has used rhino and likes it. I have never used any of the three, but would probobly use rhino myself if I go that route.
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Old 09-21-2007, 06:33 AM
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What stuff are you going to be putting in the bed?
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Old 09-21-2007, 07:20 AM
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Anything and everything. I've been checking out Speedliner and it's supposed to be real good stuff, kinda a compromise between Rhino and Line-x. Anyone who's curious can look it up on Truck Bed Liners and Spray Bed Liners by Speedliner. I've seen the Line-x and Rhino in person and I'm really impressed with how tough both are. My first impulse is to go for Line-x, I dunno, havn't decided yet. That's what the poll and opinions are supposed to help with.



Of course the Herculiner is waaay cheap...hmm...I kinda worry that you get what you pay for though...we'll see.
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Old 09-21-2007, 08:11 AM
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I have Line-X in mine and it is simply outstanding... Haven't had anything slide around on it yet and have had it for about 2 years... Yes, it is tuff and it is gritty so be careful with your knuckles under a box of something ... Scraped em a few times myself but it is REALLY tough stuff and looks great...

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Old 09-21-2007, 08:38 AM
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is rhino lining or line-x heat resistant? i dont my stacks to melt it all away or anything?
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