Rhino liner vs.?

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Rhino liner vs.?

Postby Slack Tide » Thu Apr 25, 2013 5:39 pm

I know there are a few options now...
Any pros and cons to each brand? It's a silverado if that matters..
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Re: Rhino liner vs.?

Postby whisperin' duck » Thu Apr 25, 2013 10:46 pm

I prefer LineX. Rhino liner is too soft n rubbery for my taste. The LineX is harder and has a finer texture to it. You can tint either one but LineX does offer custom options. I've seen guys go with the Arizona beige (secondary color in a King Ranch) and then with a darker color have the running W sprayed in the bottom of the bed. Looks sweet.
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Re: Rhino liner vs.?

Postby Gunnysway » Fri Apr 26, 2013 2:18 pm

X2 on LineX, however I did shear off the lining on one of my bed bolts shovelin' out a 1/4 yard of black dirt. :sad:
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Re: Rhino liner vs.?

Postby whisperin' duck » Fri Apr 26, 2013 10:34 pm

Gunnysway wrote:X2 on LineX, however I did shear off the lining on one of my bed bolts shovelin' out a 1/4 yard of black dirt. :sad:


In my experience they won't prep the bed bolts so that you can remove the bed easier. When I get mine done I will make them remove the bed bolts rather than spray over them.
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Re: Rhino liner vs.?

Postby 2500hdon37s » Sat Apr 27, 2013 6:44 pm

I've got a Rhino liner in my truck, and my brother has his bumpers Line-x'd.

If I were to do it today I'd go Line-x. has a little rougher texture vs. the some what smoother and little softer Rhino liner. But my Rhino liner has been in my truck since the 1st owner of the truck.... and that was over 7 years ago. It's still holding up great other than a little peal up at the tail of the "over the rail" part, and still not to the paint.
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Re: Rhino liner vs.?

Postby ks_waterfowler » Mon Apr 29, 2013 8:29 pm

Line X for me too. Already have past experience with Rhino liners. My Line X still looks new after a little cleaning.
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Re: Rhino liner vs.?

Postby 2500hdon37s » Mon Apr 29, 2013 10:57 pm

Might want to check to see if dealers are doing any other types of spray in liners. My buddy got his long bed f-350 done over the rails by a dealer for $480, and the liner is nice middle ground between the Rhino and a Line-x. little softer than Line-x, little harder than a Rhino and just as grippy as line-x. also the quality is comparable to any other quality spray in (as long as prep is done correctly)
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Re: Rhino liner vs.?

Postby whisperin' duck » Tue Apr 30, 2013 11:40 am

2500hdon37s wrote:Might want to check to see if dealers are doing any other types of spray in liners. My buddy got his long bed f-350 done over the rails by a dealer for $480, and the liner is nice middle ground between the Rhino and a Line-x. little softer than Line-x, little harder than a Rhino and just as grippy as line-x. also the quality is comparable to any other quality spray in (as long as prep is done correctly)


X2 prep is key
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