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View Poll Results: What brand of Spray on Bed Liner
Line-X 3 100.00%
Rhino Liner 0 0%
Herculiner 0 0%
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Old 11-22-2006, 05:50 PM   #1
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Spray on bed liner

I was thinking of getting a spray on bed liner. Any opinions on which brand I should get?
I want the bed sprayed and the tailgate sprayed.
I am thinking of Line-X, Herculiner, and RhinoLiner.
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Old 11-24-2006, 10:06 PM   #2
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Great poll. I have spent so much bringing this 10 year old truck up to spec, and can't afford to have a professionally installed bed liner. Therefore, I will have to do it myself. My son has had good luck with his Herculiner, so I am going to follow suit and hope for the best. I may also add a truck mat later to prolong the life of the Herculiner. Jim
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Line-X is the best. Plus lifetime garranty.
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Old 05-13-2008, 06:36 AM   #4
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I put in Line-X 7 years ago and it still looks/works great.
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Old 05-13-2008, 06:56 AM   #5
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I've got Rhino-liner in mine 5 yrs now-still perfect-but it's been protected by the shell for 3 yrs now so hard to say how it would be now if exposed.
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I love my Line X liner.
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Old 05-16-2008, 05:19 PM   #7
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SUPERLINER is the best. I love it so much I have it as my screen name. I have had mine for about five years and looks better that any of the competition. Line-x and Rhino are pretty much the same product, SuperLiner is different. SuperLiner is UV protected, so you guys with the faded bedliners should have went with SuperLiner. Also have you ever seen a bedliner change colors such as blue or pink; thats because they are not chemical resistant. SuperLiner is. When i comes to durability of the bedliner, they are messured in tensile strength. SuperLiner has greater tensile strength than Line-x or Rhino. And with SuperLiner you can get just about any color you can think of. Also you can get graphic Designs sprayed into the Liner. Check out Bedliner.com and check out all the dealers.
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Spray on? Or roll on?

I used the Herculiner do-it-yourself kit on my 96 & on my 2 jeeps.

It's not gonna be as thick as all the more expensive spray-in liners but it's well worth the $99 for the kit. It's a messy process to put on and you can actually make it thicker by buying more of it. It can scratch off if you're loading up heavy sharp objects...but it's easy to touch up. Just paint more on. I was never afraid to throw stuff in the bed either.
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SUPERLINER is the best. I love it so much I have it as my screen name. I have had mine for about five years and looks better that any of the competition. Line-x and Rhino are pretty much the same product, SuperLiner is different. SuperLiner is UV protected, so you guys with the faded bedliners should have went with SuperLiner. Also have you ever seen a bedliner change colors such as blue or pink; thats because they are not chemical resistant. SuperLiner is. When i comes to durability of the bedliner, they are messured in tensile strength. SuperLiner has greater tensile strength than Line-x or Rhino. And with SuperLiner you can get just about any color you can think of. Also you can get graphic Designs sprayed into the Liner. Check out Bedliner.com and check out all the dealers.
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Rhino liner still going strong

Had a Rhino liner sprayed in 7 years ago. It is still looking great and going strong.
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Any idea on how much it is to get the bed sprayed with Line-X on a Taco? I am thinking about getting this done sometime in the next few months and haven't really seen how much something like this will run me.
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SUPERLINER is the best. I love it so much I have it as my screen name. I have had mine for about five years and looks better that any of the competition. Line-x and Rhino are pretty much the same product, SuperLiner is different. SuperLiner is UV protected, so you guys with the faded bedliners should have went with SuperLiner. Also have you ever seen a bedliner change colors such as blue or pink; thats because they are not chemical resistant. SuperLiner is. When i comes to durability of the bedliner, they are messured in tensile strength. SuperLiner has greater tensile strength than Line-x or Rhino. And with SuperLiner you can get just about any color you can think of. Also you can get graphic Designs sprayed into the Liner. Check out Bedliner.com and check out all the dealers.
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I used Durabak in my truck and it's been solid so far. Easy prep and application, UV resistant, and looks pretty damn good too.
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Old 06-10-2008, 01:58 PM   #15
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i had a line-x done for about $350 about 4-5 years ago.
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Any idea on how much it is to get the bed sprayed with Line-X on a Taco? I am thinking about getting this done sometime in the next few months and haven't really seen how much something like this will run me.
The Rhino costed me just under $500.
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Linex... get the "uv" protectant too, definately worth it to keep it looking good as new.
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Old 06-11-2008, 08:25 AM   #18
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Noted. Good tip Anthony. Thanks guys
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