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post #1 of 7 Old 12-27-2007, 07:07 AM Thread Starter
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Bed Liner (Rhino Lining)

Want to get your guys opinion on all the different "Rhino" linings out there. What have ya'll used and do you have any pics after its been "used" for a little while?

Also does anyone have "painted" (preferable silver) front replacement bumper and grille guard and rear pipe bumper with back up sensors? I'd love to see some pics so I can convince the wife that is the way to go.

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I got Line-X in my bed, had it for about 14 months now, and still looks great, its seen a lot of sun and no fading and all the elements outside. It is very durable, some say more than Rhino. Its really up to you. Try to get some pics up after the snow stops.

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I have a rhino lining in my truck for the past year and it has done very well from everything from the weather to mulch hay to fencing equiptment. I haven't tried to destroy the surface with stone or scrap metal but I think that it would have no problem deling with either of those two materials. Hope this helps

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I have Rhino, it's awesome (no pics though, the bed's full of snow and ice at the moment) Line-X is a really good product too. I would stick with one of those. I've seen "cheaper" knockoffs peel off a bed. I don't know if it was a prep problem or the spray, but it wasn't good.

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Thanks for ya'll's replies. A buddy of mine has the Line-X in his truck and he's a landscaper and it has held up will with very little fading. How does the Rhino lining do with fading? I saw Rhino lining on the Discovery Channel show called Smash Lab and it held the bed together after explosive were placed underneath the bed. The rest of the truck was destroyed because the Rhino Lining redirect the blast towards the cab. This is what got me curious.

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I guess I'm biased because I have Line X, but they are both good. My dad currently had Rhino and my brother had a truck with Rhino. My brother had some issues with things cutting the Rhino. Line X is harder and more durable, but it will also allow things to slide in the bed more than Rhino. I believe they both have a lifetime warranty so you can't go wrong there.

Line X actually has a government contract to spray building walls for explosion proofing. I have seen the video where they blew up a block building and the Line X wall held together where the exact same sized room collapsed in just plain block. It really is an amazing material!
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i had LineX in my old truck, after 5 years it was not quite brand new looking, but held up for whatever I threw at it. I have the factory ford bedliner now and so far so good after 8 months

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