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Discussion in 'Trucks and Trailers' started by Joel B., Jun 23, 2002.
Looking for opinions on these bedliners.
I have had LineX for well over a year and love it, it cost less then Rino liner too.
I have LineX in three truck beds and feel that it is a better product than Rino. It seems to be tougher. However, the key to getting a good spray-on bedliner is the installer. If they cut corners, or don't know what they are doing, you can get a lousy job from either brand. Look at some trucks the installer has done before you let him do one for you. Look for clean edges, a good thick even coating, even texture, and make sure they take out any and all bolts, nuts or other removable parts before they spray the liner on.(Like bolts and cover plates that access tailgate latch linkages) If they have sprayed over this hardware it is a sign that they are doing a quick, cheapie job, AND, you will never get it apart if you need to. A friend of mine is in the business and pointed out to me how to spot these signs of a cheap spray job.
How much have you all paid for the spray in liners on an 8ft' bed?
Line X. Rhino is softer/less durable.
I guess i'm the only one with Rhino
We were going to have line-x sprayed in, but the line-x dealer said that the guy that did it quit and they arn't going to hire another person? So we called rhino and went with them. Rhino was about $50 less than the line-x.
I think they are both good. Line-x seemed a little harder, but rhino probably is more skid-resistant.