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Line-X, Rhino; spray on bedliners are what I like. Just make sure you see samples of other vehicles so that the thickness and color you want suits your purpose.
 

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Yea,,, Line-X, or Rhino are both safe bets! :cheers:
 

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Line-x or Rhino, colors other than black seem to fade over time. Though the process has gotten better.

*Might consider you atv racks, etc while getting your truck done, they will work a deal with ya.
 

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I have had two trucks done with LineX and really like this liner. They say they are better than the Rhinoliner because the liner sets up faster and doesnt migrate downward on the sides of the bed. Dont know if thats true or not..

LineX is done faster than the Rhino liner. Good applicators can have you done in 2hours or less. And, go with over the rails. Its an extra $50 or so but worth it and I think it looks nicer.
 

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Line X is the way to go in my opinion. My family gets all of their trucks sprayed over the top of the bed rail. The stuff is great.

Parker
 

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Over the rails depends on how hard your going to work the truck. I have diamond plate caps and tail gate protector. And they have saved me from replacing the bed. Just a thought.
 

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I have the rhino liner and have no complaints
 

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BTW... LineX has an online coupon you can print and take with you... I think its 25bucks or something.. not sure of the website but google lineX and I'm sure you'll score!
 

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Originally posted by Gamegetter
90 I had my rhino sprayed in Linn. They have been there for a long time and do good work.
they have done 3 for me as well.
mark is the owner.

i think line-x is a little harder and will let a few things slide around but rhino dont let nothin move on its own.
 

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Discussion Starter · #20 ·
Thanks guys for all the replies. I'm leaning toward staying closer to home and getting the Rhino. You know, buy local.
That KC price is tempting, but at $2.40 a gallon and a days vacation, probably not doable, but thanks.
 
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