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Old 01-21-2013, 01:17 PM
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Spray on Bedliners

I'm sure this has been debated before but who has seriously used their liner and has been impressed? I'm looking to get a spray in bed liner and only do it once.
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Old 01-21-2013, 01:41 PM
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I have LineX and it seems nice to me. Did some research and the LineX got recommended a lot more than other brands.
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Old 01-21-2013, 01:49 PM
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I have LineX and it seems nice to me. Did some research and the LineX got recommended a lot more than other brands.
That's who I was leaning towards but I wanted to see if there were a couple other options out there for $500+
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I'm normally a Line-x customer however, lately Ziebart has been sending me flyers on Rhino liners for $299.00. I prefer Line-x because they will remove the bed bolts instead of spreying the liner over them like Rhino does. The Rhino has a very different look than the Line-x, or at least they use to. If you want the bargain go Rhino. Line-x around here Never offers specials.
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Old 01-21-2013, 02:22 PM
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I dont mind if those are covered. In fact, I have 4 holes from the previous owner having a 5th wheel that I plan to put bolts in or something when I do get it done to hide them.
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Old 01-21-2013, 02:32 PM
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Then rhino lining is the better deal for you.
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Old 01-21-2013, 02:37 PM
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Then rhino lining is the better deal for you.
lol i just searched "rhino lining" and these two videos are all that popped up - the company website is down or something...

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Old 01-21-2013, 02:40 PM
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Mine is called Xtreme liner. Ive had Reflex and Rhino liner brands in my trucks. Iv seen the line-x and it seems to be the closest to what my Xtreme Liner is.
I guy near me does those, they spray on hot and its hard stuff. it cost me around 400 buck for my short bed. i told him to cover the bed bolts. Ive only had it a month, ive thrown a bobtach in the back and slid it around for about a week taking it to get fixed and picking it up. no scratch marks or anything. Ive never heard of the brand, but i figured what the heck. They guy that did it for me really likes the stuff and i know his also, so i didnt think hed fill me full of beans, but who knows.
As far as the most popular I know the Line-x Plus is always a good one
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Old 01-21-2013, 03:31 PM
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When I first bought my truck, I had a local company that specializes in truck accessories install a Scorpian Bed Liner. Bedliner - Bed Liners - Scorpion Coatings

At first I hated it because it was so thick and rubber, nothing would slid on it.

I loaned my truck to a friend who jack knifed a trailer and dented up the bed, Rather than repair, I just bought a new take off bed and replace the whole bed. So I needed a new spray on liner. Being in a hurry and a budget, I got a Rhino Liner and got just the basic Rhino. ( they offer a basic and No Slid)

Now I really hate the no slid. everything I put in the back slides around as I drive. Stuff I set inside the tailgate, Slides up and hits the back of the cab when I stop. Plastic jugs of gas and diesel slide all around. It is way to slick.

I had no wear problems with either product. I haul lumber all the time, Sheets of wafer board, I hauled several pallets of Concrete block for retaining wall. etc Gas and diesel have been spilled on it. No peeling or tearing. Both products held up extremely well.

For me, Next time, I will make sure what I have installed is a non-slip product.
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I went with the Rhino Lining. They make a no slide type and things dont slide around in the bed. Only draw back is if you want to slide something its not going to slide easy.
I'm very happy with it.
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