Linex vs Rhino Lining

Linex or Rhino lining


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Arcteryx

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Wanted to see who knows or has expertise and getting a spray in liner.

Just bought my F150 and it has no protection back there. I prefer spray in liners but don't know the difference between the two most common near me.

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Wanted to see who knows or has expertise and getting a spray in liner.

Just bought my F150 and it has no protection back there. I prefer spray in liners but don't know the difference between the two most common near me.

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I have had 2 different trucks with spray in liners. One was Rhino and the other is color matched Line-X. I am happier with the Line-X, it has lasted and held together better. The Rhino liner is black and faded within the first year and started peeling after 2 1/2 years.
 
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How long ago was that Rhino liner done. Not dismissing your experience. Just curious if it has improved since then.
 

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It may have, that was 6 years ago. The Line-X was 5 years ago.
 

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My 08 has had Line-X in the bed since new. Zero issues with it and it still looks good after a wash.
 

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The "up-and-coming" third choice [25 years young] might be Speedliner. You won't get the logo with any non-factory spray-in, but...

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"Spray On Bedliner products from Speedliner® are the best in the industry! Speedliner® offers the most durable spray in bedliner in the world. Our spray-in bed liners are durable and dependable and come in a variety of colors and applications."
EIGHT BENEFITS OF A SPRAY ON BED LINER FOR YOUR TRUCK


Apparently, Speedliner dealers are few and far between + don't advertise like the others <not necessarily a bad thing, right?>.

Several folks report good results from any brand, so long as the installer is "top notch!" But, how do you know?


Please sound-off with your "bed-experiences."
 

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I had line-x in my ‘05 and loved it. My only complaint was the fading. Now they have the “premium” level with the uv protectant. I’ll be going that route when my 2021 arrives since my dealer will be giving it to me at their cost.
 

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Another liner for your consideration is Bullet Liner, which is what is in my Lariat PB. Supposedly some key people left Line-X and started Bullet Liner. My 2013 SD Lariat had a LIne-X, with no issues, no fading.
 

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What ever liner product you go with, getting it applied by a quality installer is key! Read reviews, ask for recommendations.

There is a Line-X installer within 10 minutes of my house, but I drove an hour away due to the installer's reputation.
 

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Another liner for your consideration is Bullet Liner, which is what is in my Lariat PB. Supposedly some key people left Line-X and started Bullet Liner. My 2013 SD Lariat had a LIne-X, with no issues, no fading.
+1 on bullet. Had one sprayed in my truck today. I have had both line x and rhino in the past. In my opinion, Bullet liner is far superior in looks and feel. Same lifetime warranty, better color due to color matching, and it has a metallic like sparkle when sun hits it. To me, it’s an upgraded line x. But what do you expect when the founder of polyureacoating technology and founder of line x sold line x, waited out a no competition clause, and started Bullet Liner. But just like someone previously said, it’s more about the installer than the product.
 

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