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Discussion in 'Trucks and Trailers' started by lawncarepros2004, Mar 14, 2005.
spray on or plastic. which one do you all prefer.
Neither. Beds on trucks now a days are made of gavenized steel, won't rust. Yeah sure they keep off the scratches and dent's but thats what they are for right.
Spray in... if it's done right and to the right specs. There is no comparison when you have a properly installed spray in liner in my opinion.
Spray in liner with a rubber mat. I like the clean look of the spray in liner and the rubber mat keeps things from sliding around to much.
Definately spray in. Plastic causes things to slide around to much
Spray in, the plastic liner will trap water under it causing early bed rust.
What westwind said. Spray in liner. Good traction for yourself and equipment. Don't get the cheap stuff either as it will not hold up.
This ought to help ya out a bit in deciding what to get.
I have plastic liner with rubber floor insert...
thanks for your time folks. I decided on to go w/rhino spray on. good luck this season.