: Truck Bed Liners
07-09-2005, 07:53 PM
New Super Duty coming next week. My first truck since a well-used '49 International L-110 several decades ago. Dog Conveyance System will be either Truck Vault type drawers with crates or a topper mount of some sort. Questions-------- Should I get a sprayed on bed liner such as Line-X or Rhino Lining put on now? Would this make a difference when the DCS is eventually mounted,particularly in terms of bed width? If a spray-on bed liner is installed, what is the best brand?
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07-09-2005, 08:51 PM
I have used both and they are about the same. I would get it done before you put anything in the back of the truck. Try to get the dealer to get it done before you get the truck.
07-09-2005, 09:03 PM
When we had one of our trucks sent to have a Western Hauler body put on it they put Rhino Lining on it and it's GREAT. Would definetely recomend it.
07-09-2005, 09:51 PM
I put a Rhino Lining in my F-250 a year ago. It still looks like new even after daily training use with launchers being slid in and out, an equipment vault bouncing around, and other abrasives thrown in.
07-09-2005, 10:06 PM
I had Line-X in my pickup and loved it. I went with Line-X because it was $150 less and dealer was closer. I don't think you will go wrong with either. I have to agree with Jim...Get it applied BEFORE installing anything else.
Just my opinion.
07-10-2005, 07:26 PM
i'd recommend line-x. i've had it in 2 trucks. it is pretty gritty and cargo doesn't seem to move alot. some liners are too smooth for my liking.
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07-10-2005, 08:53 PM
Reflex is by far the best I've found. A little tougher to find a dealer but IMHO a much better product. Don't get me wrong, line-x and rhino make good liners but here's what I found when I was looking at them. I may get the brands backwards here but one or the other. The line-x is very hard, so hard that it is somewhat slippery, stuff will slide around in your bed. The rhino is better about that but the ones I saw had such a rough texture(to keep stuff from sliding I suppose) that it was very hard on the knees if you had to climb up in the bed.
The Reflex is almost a rubbery feel but very hard. I've had them in my last two trucks and abused them a lot with no problems.
07-10-2005, 11:15 PM
How much does a good spray in liner cost these days?
Cory and Dakota
07-11-2005, 01:24 PM
To have our truck Line X'ed, $400
07-11-2005, 03:21 PM
I had my new truck done last month. I did a bit of research and went with Line-X. It was supposed to be a lot more durable than Rhino and was cheaper. I'm VERY happy with mine. I had it done over the rails and it was a little over $400. Couldn't be happier!
07-11-2005, 04:09 PM
I have Line-X on the big bumper of my dog box, and love it. They taped off my whole truck so that we didn't have to remove the bumper and re-weld it, and only charged me $70.
07-11-2005, 05:39 PM
Duraliner, line-x, whatever.
I'll never own another truck with a bed that doesn't have one. I have my three dog box top storage lined with it also. it also functions good in a cargo trailer, and on fourwheelers(under fenders and on racks)
excellent products all of them.
07-11-2005, 09:25 PM
Thanks to all!
Rhinolining folks quoted $374.90 for F250 shortbed. Custom color match add $225. Ouch!! Little more research underway.
07-11-2005, 09:45 PM
Its worth the money.
07-29-2005, 08:16 PM
Picked up a pre-owned Kawasaki Mule on eBay that has some surface rust in the bed. Anyone here have experience getting a spray on bed liner applied in an application like this?
07-30-2005, 12:03 AM
they will prep it then spray it linx dealer will spray almost anything or any where IE the side of the beb to keep the dog from scrating it up.