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Old 04-29-2012, 04:51 PM
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I'm looking at ordering a new 2013 CC Lariat Ultimate FX4 SWD as soon as they are available to order, which I'm not to sure when that is, the dealers are know help on that question. Anways, I wanted to know if any of you guy's have the Ford spray in bedliner? I have a guy I work with that has a 2012 and he decided not to get Fords spray in liner because he said it was way to thin. Does anyone know if this is true?
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I didn't order mine with it because the three dealers I spoke with said it added a couple weeks to the build...not sure if that's true...but I wanted the truck sooner rather than later.

From what I've read, the Ford liner seems good. I haven't heard any negative and if I was willing to wait, I would have had them put it in it.

I will likely go Linex. Put on my last two trucks and really liked them.
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Old 04-29-2012, 07:12 PM
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I got Line X on my truck. Didn't take very long to do. A few hours to prep and spray it and then 24-48 hours to let it cure before hauling stuff in the bed. Way better than waiting weeks to get it from the factory. Most the truck's here come to the dealership without a spray in liner and if the customer wants it, the dealership takes it to Line X. Believe that Toff Liner has the contract with Ford for the OEM spray in liners. I'm unsure of the thickness they use but they have a Limited Lifetime Warranty so I'd assume if there are any issues, you just take it in.
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Old 04-29-2012, 10:08 PM
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Linex Xtra is unbeatable. Nice rough texture, a little bit shiny, not flat like the regular Linex use to be, and wont fade at all over time. I have slid steel rails weighing around 200+lbs each with sharp edges on it over the lining, and it didn't leave a mark on it.
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reflex is one of the best in my opinion
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I have the Ford spray in liner. Have I seen some real thick LineX job you bet. But most of them are no thicker. It seems good no wear marks so far. If you got it you would be happy with it. Not that it matters but you get all black hardware with the Ford spray in.
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I've had both and can't tell the difference. It was a selling point for me, since I didn't have to go through the hassle of taking it somewhere to get it done.

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I have rhino lining. Love it. I think it's better than linex but that's just personal preference.
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