sprayed liners

Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by Cutter1, Nov 18, 2000.

  1. Cutter1

    Cutter1 LawnSite Bronze Member
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    Tomorrow I am getting my 3/4 ton chevy bed sprayed. I have a plow and spreader on and we all know what a few tons of salt sitting in the back will do too a truck. I went and looked at this stuff and it seems like it will work as a barrier, unlike a regular liner that lets stuff get behind it. YOu can get it in different colors and textures, so we shall see!!! I will let you all of you know.
     
  2. Lawn Services

    Lawn Services LawnSite Member
    from DE
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    how much $$$ are we talking for somthing that nice
     
  3. Lawnworks

    Lawnworks LawnSite Fanatic
    from usa
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    I would go with the generic brand if I got my bed sprayed. Sounds like a sprayed bed liner will perform your task well.
     
  4. Chuck Sinclair

    Chuck Sinclair LawnSite Senior Member
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    I had the RINO Liner sprayed in my Ford Randger bed and it cost me $350.00 best thing i ever did.:D
     
  5. BUSHMASTER

    BUSHMASTER LawnSite Senior Member
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    Discount auto parts has a rubberized bed linner the can bed rolled on or sprayed with a shultz gun the more coats the thicker yea its only in black but you can put 1.5 coats on a full size bed with a gallon ...price $44.95 per gallon....
     
  6. bob

    bob LawnSite Platinum Member
    from DE
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  7. mdb landscaping

    mdb landscaping LawnSite Silver Member
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    spray in bed liners are the best thing going. they dont crack or scratch. i have one in my 98 chevy 1500. my father has one in his 2000 1500 and we even put one in my 5 by 8 dump trailer. all three of them have held up great. i know youll like it
     
  8. landscaper3

    landscaper3 LawnSite Bronze Member
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    We had all our trucks Rhino Lined, we also had him do the lower body panels to prevent rust and stone chips.
     
  9. Cutter1

    Cutter1 LawnSite Bronze Member
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    Thanks for the info.... I went to get it done. He didn't order primer. SO I have to go back tuesday. What a pain in the you know what. It will be worth it in the long run.
     
  10. jcoat

    jcoat LawnSite Member
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    Don't forget, there was a big deal on static discharge, gas cans and plastic liners in the last couple of years... another reason to go with the spray-in liner!
    I tried the DOT's link, but it appears to be down.

     

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