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spray on bed liners

i have a question what is the best spray on bed liner to use,what do u guys use and how does it stand up to a work load

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Good question, ive been wandering the same thing. Im excited to see what is said.
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we always get rhino. but line-x is also good. i really like line-x's heavy duty extra coat they can do.
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i heard the line-x chips anyone hear anything about
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w/e was in my ranger when i got it has taken a hell of a lot of abuse.. its just kinda chipping/flaking off along the top edge of the bed rails.
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my uncle has line x but both are good line x seems a little tougher but isnt it more $$
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line-x and rhino are both pretty good. line-x is stiffer and kinda plastic like and more rough and abrasive. when it goes it will chip off. rhino is more rubbery. both are really good products and have a lifetime warranty so i would go with what ever one you can get for less. I got rhino because i haul rafts and i was afraid that the line-x would be too abrasive against the rafts over long drives and may eventually ware them down.
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i have line-x, its never chipped and can hold up to the studs and carbide runners from my sled in my trailer. line-x FTMFW!! ive seen rhino lining peel alot and it also turns a nasty grey after a while too.
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kk i u guys have any other bed liners keep my updated thanks guys
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line x all the way no chips o peeling also no fading.
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Had LineX on the old truck, new/used truck has Rhino (had it before buying). Both are good, but I went with LineX due to the national warranty. LineX was the only place that would warranty wherever I wound up in the country. I think Rhino may now have a national warranty, but when I was looking at them they only warrantied at the place you got it sprayed. If you're planning on moving, look into that.
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my line x is great.. anything gets spillied you can just wash it out
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LineX is much nicer than Rhino.
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My truck is a 8 year old Rhino job and this truck was beat to hell before i got it. used on the Farm as a work truck and the Rhino is perfectly fine...
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go to any Line-X dealer and they should have samples of the competition bed liners for you to look at side by side. Line-X is by far the best in terms of strength
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Agreed Keith, and few guys down here did theres and its peeling bad..
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Agreed Keith, and few guys down here did theres and its peeling bad..
i think alot of it has to do with the shop putting it on.. like i have said before either can be bad and peeling depends on the shop not so much brand...


once again my Fiance dad has had 4 Rhino jobs done 2 on his S10's and 1 chevy 1500 8ft bed and one F-150 6ft bed

all have held up fine... mine was done over 8 years ago and no issues..

once again repeat here... Line-x or Rhino can be crap you must shop around
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I've been thinking about getting my bed lined, but not sure what will work. My whole bed is fiberglass, inside and out. Do all bedliners work on fiberglass too?
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i don't wanna be a d!nk on this matter as i have line-x and tell everyone about my experiences, but it seems like there is a thread asking about spray bedliners every few weeks. can we save some bandwith and put a sticky about them? have one thread with peoples' responses, questions, testimonials, what-i-paid,

again, i'm not trying to be a jerk to the OP or anyone else, but this would be easier and the OP wouldn't get smart @$$ comments like "search [email protected]$$ " or any other negatve comment.
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