Spray On Bedliner - Linex or Rhino Linings?

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Mine was done by LineX also and he told me they removed the that piece to paint just behind it. Bolts are long enough. They don't do the bed bolts so the the bit will still fit the screws if you have to remove the truck bed. I am thinking of painting mine black with a rubber type paint though.

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I am planning on going linex when my truck arrives in 3 weeks. Based on everything i read, Rhino is thicker and softer. But the Rhino can tear. Linex appears to be the better liner. I'm going with the low end because I will be adding a cover so I don't need the UV protection
 

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Another reason the bed bolts aren’t painted is the possibility of one having to remove the box.
the material would pull off and be ugly possibly compromising the integrity of the liner.
Besides, one may have to remove the box to service the fuel tank.
I had to replace pumps on both, my Ranger and K1500 within 30 days of each other.
I know the tank can be dropped, but I would rather work upright and not deal with FULL tanks of fuel.
 

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That looks really good! Similar question but different, do you know what they did with the pro power section? Tape or pull and sprayed? Also, from the pics, it looks like they sprayed over the rubber access points in the front of the bed near the cab. It was the same way in my Toyota but, just wondering why it isn't removed then sprayed. Thanks in advance
 

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That looks really good! Similar question but different, do you know what they did with the pro power section? Tape or pull and sprayed? Also, from the pics, it looks like they sprayed over the rubber access points in the front of the bed near the cab. It was the same way in my Toyota but, just wondering why it isn't removed then sprayed. Thanks in advance
Not sure but think they removed the panel and sprayed.
 

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