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Rhino liner FTW!
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I had two trucks Rhino-lined w/o problems. It isn't as thick and it does show some wear over time, but nothing big. However, I hardly haul and was more concerned about the looks and the bed possibly rusting over time. The more I hear and see about Line-X the less I want to Rhino ever again. I know a couple people with Line-X and am amazed that you can park outside in the beating sun for hours on end, yet it looks as sharp as the day it was sprayed.
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I was quoted $475 for under the rails and $575 for go over the rails
Yes, my Rhino was $450 (after taxes) and that was $50 off and that was just for spraying under the rails I believe.
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D did his own and it came out pretty nice.

I bought some duplicolor bedliner crap at Autozone for $60 last spring and did the rear bumper on the E350 cube van, and also did some 'non slip' treads in the back. Reveiws online for the stuff are mixed, however, it came out pretty nice imo. the only downside to the stuff that I could see is that it doesnt have enuff aggregate in it, so its like paint with grit. I ended up pour some in a coffee can and adding black beauty sand to it and made my own 'grittiness' out of it. Came out well, and seems to stick really good to both the painted bumper and the plywood floor.
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I was always told to go with Rhino. Line-X is stronger and you're gonna pay for that. If you have forklifts and heavy equipment in and out of your truck then Line-X is the choice but for everyday/average use Rhino is supposed to be just fine. i've never had my trucks lined but my dad and cousins trucks both have Rhino and are both great. They also look better than drop-ins which hold stuff underneath, get caught on stuff, and break after regular use. Like I said, neither of my trucks had liners but a fleet of work trucks and other trucks in my family I've seen/heard it all. It really depends on what you're using the truck for... you get what you pay for... also I've always been quoted max $300 for under the rail... is there a way you could go through your or someone you knows work? You can usually get a better deal if it's done through a company a fleet has used.
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chit i only paid $399 for over the rails (first body line) for my Line-X.

They come out with cupons all the time for atleast $50 off, just wait till one of those comes around.
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where did u go for the linex for 399
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i have Line-X. i love it, but it is peeling a little where i hit it moving my toolbox. where it is chipped it doesn't look like it was prepped very well though. i'm not sure how old it is, i bought the truck used.
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I got a rugged liner and its held up great and its fairly inexpensive
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I'd get Rhino and not line-x. It chips real easily. I have done it on my boss' work truck and it was with no force.
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like i said before.. it doesnt matter what brand you get if it wasnt prepped right neither is worth a crap..
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i just got quoted 450 for line-x over the rails and 475 for rhino over the rails... Im thinking about doing the line-x depending on how much cash I bank up this summer before school. Anyone have experience with the cheap do it yourself kits? pics? How do they turn out after a few years?
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Has anyone had any experience with a spray on liners from Leonards (a Southern chain of truck accessory stores)? They quoted me a spray on liner for $360 under & $380 for over. I plan only light duty for my truck bed. Thanks for any input.
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