i am going with rhino due to them being the only one close to me, appointment is for next week, i could let you knwo the results, but i suspect they vary with vendor.
Also i am going under the bed rails and leaving the ford bed rail covers on, price i was quoated for an 8' bed is $505 with the tailgate.
1jeep, I just purchased a 2011 f150 it came with rubber rails on both sides, tailgate,but none on the front rail of the box.
Did your ford come with one?
I've used Speedliner in my last 3 trucks. I, like blt2ski, "used" the back of my trucks and never had the liner rip, tear or chip. Speedliner also can tint the liner to match the truck paint. More expensive than most, but does hold up better.
X2 I have owned others, they are good but the Speedliner just seems better.
2014 Grand Design Reflection 337 RLS
08 Chevy 2500HD LTZ Duramax CC/SB/4X4
Titan 52 Gallon Tank, Banks Speedbrake
Reese 18K Signature Series
Bilstein Shocks, Ride-Rite Air Springs
I noticed that the Rhino was shiney and slippery when wet, and that would be dangerous for me as I'm in my bed quite often.
Strange. Mine is just the opposite, non slippery dry or wet, which is why I went for it.
Same here, I went with the Rhino over the LineX because it seemed to have more grip. I have had 2 Rhino lining so far and loved them but I am considering LineX for my new truck just for something different.