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Hey, looking at some options on my bed liner. Right now I just have the metal bed on my box. I use my truck as a truck, I get my own coal, wood chips, wood, stone (modified) and who knows what else.

See what people's opinions are, I hate to put out the money for a rhino liner and have to scratched up from getting coal and other items.

Or maybe someone can recommend a DIY (do it yourself) spray on liner.

Thanks in advance....


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I have done the duplicolor DIY on a few trucks. It is very simple cheap and effective. IMO rhino lining is too expensive but it is great. I do not like plastic liners at all. They were great when it was the only option. But there are other better options


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Posted: 04/25/12 05:46am Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I did a spray in with lifetime warranty and rail caps. Very happy with that.

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Another vote for BedRug. It will be in my next truck.


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I use Bed Rug. It NEVER scratches


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At work we put Herculiner on the slidebody to make it less slippery (back when I worked) and it held up very good.





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i've had my truck bed with Line-X for the last year, it gets very regular use and still looks as nice and the day it was laid down. I'd put down my money on Line-X if i was to do it again.








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Posted: 04/25/12 10:52am Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I would not own a pickup without a spray-in bedliner. The rhino-liner in my truck has held up very well to 8+ years of abuse.


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