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Old 04-16-2012, 07:33 AM
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LineX vs. Rhino Bed Liners

Any opinions on which one is best?? I am getting ready to have one sprayed in my truck and was trying to decide which one to buy.
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Old 04-16-2012, 07:37 AM
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Both are very good products you cant go wrong with either... id go with whoever gives you the better price... you wont be dissapointed
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Old 04-17-2012, 07:42 AM
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I've had both and like stated they are both great products. However, I liked the Line-X better simply because I sit on my tailgate sometimes. Like when I am backed up by a fire or down by the river, I drop the tailgate and sit on it and the Line-X is a lot smoother and doesn't feel uncomfortable to sit on.
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I have line-X on mine but on my dads old work truck he had rhino, the thing I noticed about the rhino is that it is a bit softer. My dad once put a 55 gal drum of oil in the one with rhino and it took over a day for the ring of the drum to come back out. I think the rhino is better if you dont want stuff sliding around as much (the line-x is a bit harder and smoother I think) but just something to consider. But like everyone else said, they are both a good choice.
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Line-X has been great for me. Just be sure to get the kevlar/UV protection to keep it from fading.The few Rhino's I saw were soft and you could flake it off with your finger nail. Good Luck in your choice...I have my toolbox Line-x'd inside and out, and also my fifth wheel hitch has also been done and both look great...
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I've had both and like stated they are both great products. However, I liked the Line-X better simply because I sit on my tailgate sometimes. Like when I am backed up by a fire or down by the river, I drop the tailgate and sit on it and the Line-X is a lot smoother and doesn't feel uncomfortable to sit on.
Well...and you have to worry about your girlfriend sitting on it...in her bikini
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