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Spray in box liners

Discussion in 'Detailing' started by Brianmac, Nov 21, 2010.

  1. Nov 21, 2010 at 4:05 AM
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    Brianmac

    Brianmac [OP] Nubi Toyota *****

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    Hey all
    New Toyota owner here.
    I recently bought my first Tacoma, a 2002 dual cab with a short box, I was concidering getting a sprayed in boxliner, it came with a custom plastic liner. Part of the reason for my decision is the guy who owned it before me use to put a cap on it from time to time to go Moose hunting and it has rubbed the paint off the top of the box sides, so I was going to have it sprayed over the top to cover the up the rub marks.
    Has any one had this kind of application done, if so how does it work out in the long term and what type of liner (Line X, Reflex....etc)
    I am leaning towards the Reflex liner as I like the...rubbery texture, I intend to get a Backflip Touna cover for it as well.
    Thanx
    Cheers
    Brian
     
  2. Nov 21, 2010 at 9:19 AM
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    lasllc

    lasllc Well-Known Member

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    For what it's worth; My previous truck, I had it sprayed with Line-X after looking at only Rhino as that was all that was available in my area.

    I went with the Line-X as it is a much finer grain texture. It was sprayed over the rails and about 1/4 inch down from the top edge. I liked it a lot better then the Rhino.

    Used it for over 100 K and it never required patching or maintenance other than a wash down now and then,
     
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