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Just like the title says, what type of bedliner do you have/prefer and why? I'm looking to replace my craptastic drop in. Pretty sure it cost about $18.
 

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I've got one with viper coatings (lifetime warranty). It has about the same texture as rhino, but is supposed to be superior to rhino because it supposedly it will keep it's new shine. It's been pretty good so far, with the exception of a few scrapes. I would definitely vote for Rhino Liner too. Dad has had rhino on his last two trucks, and it seems to hold up very good.

IMO, rhino has it over line-x because of the more user friendly texture of the rhino (softer and non-slippery surface) with line-x having more of a slick surface.

FWIW, spray-in bed liners in my area (northeast tn) will cost you about 400-450 smacks. But it is definitely worth it!
 

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I have Rhino in the bed...but I have Herculiner on the rocker panels



 

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Sounds like anything would be an improvement. I have line-x and am happy with it.
 

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We use Southern Polyurethanes bedliner for all out new trucks here at the shop, so several of us are having a bedliner party one day soon (waiting on warmer weather) to do our personal vehicles.

Around here Rhino & Line-X are $500-700 and I can get this one done for about $175 + a 12 pack of beer :woot:

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I have line-x and it has held up to all kinds of abuse. I have friends that have rhino liner and theres is a lot softer than mine and I can pull it apart w/ my finger nail and they no offer a "limited" lifetime warranty.. If you damage then you are SOL.. I have cut mine w/ a some sharp pieces of metal all the way down to the bed and I just went back and the line-x place fixed it w/ no problems at all..
 

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Premium One is the best in my opinion. It even has a no fade guarantee.
 

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JD03 said:
Sounds like anything would be an improvement.
Yup... :damnit It is the worst drop in I have ever seen. I can lift it all the way up to the cab easily. It doesn't fit well at all. My Ford bedliner in my F-150 was awesome. This one blows. LOL I'm leaning towards a Line - X, but my girlfriend can get me a killer discount on a Rhino Liner, but I've been hearing horror stories about the Rhino. :nunu:
 

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I have speedliner on mine. I have had it for a little over 1 year without any problems. It is almost like Rhino as it is a softer texture, very thick application. No peeling, flaking or rough spots to scrape your knees on.

About $485 and that comes with Kevlar (sp) so it will keep it from fading in color and make it stronger.


I will submit pictures later.


Pics Here
 

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my dad put in a bedrug in his new truck its is granted for life if it rips they replace no qustions i like it alot
 

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I like Line-X so much that I went for the premium Xtra Guard with Kevlar on the sides of my truck! Chris
 

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I went with Line-x on my last to trucks and had no problems...This was after a Rhino got riped in a friends truck...
 
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I have Line-X in the bed and on the sides of the truck. I am beyond pleased with it and I have had no problems. The warranty is another strong selling point for Line-X. Also Line-X is sprayed on at 180* were Rhino is sprayed at ambient temp, anything that goes on hot will adhere better. There is a reason why they use HOT asphalt when paving a road.

 

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prfssr said:
I have speedliner on mine. I have had it for a little over 1 year without any problems. It is almost like Rhino as it is a softer texture, very thick application. No peeling, flaking or rough spots to scrape your knees on.

About $485 and that comes with Kevlar (sp) so it will keep it from fading in color and make it stronger.


I will submit pictures later.


Pics Here

Looks good but I like how Line-X takes more then just the clear off before they spray the liner on stays on better with bare metal.
 

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Line-X on mine. Been great, got it done less than a month after I got the truck. Well worth the money.

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I had a Line-X in my F-150 and loved it. Now I have a pos drop in liner that I hate. Also, with drop in liners they can trap moisture and start to form rust under the liner on the bed.
 

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I used herculiner in mine and then bought a duraliner under the rail bedliner. I think it was around $200. It has anti skid and its really thick plasic for inpact protection. The hurculine keeps the duraliner from scatching up the bed and rusting. I throw all kinds of stuff in my trucks. I`m also a big rock hound.
 

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I have had both Rhino and Line-X, the Rhino didn't last. They would fix it but it would come right back off. Line-X is the only way I would go.
 
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