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Help Identify Spray-on Bed Liner

Please take a look at this picture of my new 2009 Ranger. I bought it Monday from a local Carmax and they didn't have any information on the spray-on liner. I am going to stop by the local Line-X dealer to see if they keep records by VIN.

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what are you looking to find? I am confused by the question. I was thinking you needed to know what brand it is, but it looks like a Line-X sticker in the window and it sounds like you know that.

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The sticker is of the production plant. I think that one is of the twin cities.

Does the bed liner have the texture of sand paper or that of a wall in your home? Sand paper would be line-x. If it feels like it has droplets of liquid then it is rhino or some other knock off.

But why does it matter what it is? I don't beleive the warranties are transferable.
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Sand paper, NO. Smooth, NO. Cushiony and rubbery YES. I want to confirm any warranty that might exist. Didn't know that it might not be transferable.
Thanks for the heads up.
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if its soft and more smooth its not line-x. from the pics it appears to be rhino.
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Sand paper, NO. Smooth, NO. Cushiony and rubbery YES. I want to confirm any warranty that might exist. Didn't know that it might not be transferable.
Thanks for the heads up.
It is definitely not line-x then. Do you know if it was a locally purchased vehicle before you?
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Looks like Rhino Liner from Ziebart, I had it done to mine but I never got a picture of it with out the cover over it...sorry

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Looks like my trucks Rhino liner
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Looks like Rhino. Line-x is like hard plastic.
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if its soft and more smooth its not line-x. from the pics it appears to be rhino.
Seriously? Rhino is super lumpy and rubbery where Line-X is more smooth and harder. I prefer Line-X because of the hardness. I don't like Rhino one bit because of how squishy it is.
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Jay, it appears to be Line-X to me from looking at the bed rails. It seems to have the same texture and my bed which is also Line-X.
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Do you have a close-up pic?
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There were two finishes offered to me when I had mine sprayed on. It as hard as plastic with a slight orange peel texture. I saw a episode of Myth BUsters where they blow up a pick up with spray liner and the bed was the intact , bent up like a clay tile but still in one piece.
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Its definitely not Line-X. Most Line-x dealers have emblems on the bed side. Line-X is also a deeper black color.
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Well....... I confirmed it is Line-X. I stopped by our local shop on Saturday morning and the young owner was nice enough to run my VIN. It was installed June 2009. I confirmed that the warrenty DOES NOT transfer but the guy said he takes care of his customers so come back if I notice any problems. He even gave me a Line-X sticker.
Thanks for all of the input and suggestions.
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