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Thread: Line-x vs rhino liner
03-31-2008, 03:53 PM #1
Line-x vs rhino liner
which is betterMy Truck
2006 Chevy Colorado Crew Cab.
03-31-2008, 04:06 PM #2
As far as I know their virtually the same thing but I think Line-x is a little more rubbery to support loads. I'm not a 100% because I went with bed rug.
2007 GMC Sierra CrewCab 4.8L
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03-31-2008, 07:35 PM #3
ive heard good about both... my friend has rhino in his dodge and its really nice but I dont have experience with Line-x so im goin with what I heardPETE
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03-31-2008, 07:45 PM #4
I saw a test done a few years ago between the two and a pallet with 1500lbs was pulled from pickup truck beds and the Linex did fine but the Rhino got torn up in a couple of places.2008 Silverado_ Gone
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03-31-2008, 09:00 PM #5RatRod I saw a test done a few years ago between the two and a pallet with 1500lbs was pulled from pickup truck beds and the Linex did fine but the Rhino got torn up in a couple of places.
03-31-2008, 09:05 PM #6
Ive had both Rhino in my old truck and Line-X in my current truck. NEVER again will I waste my money on Rhino lining it's line-X from now on. Has held up much better.
04-19-2008, 03:25 AM #7
04-20-2008, 01:08 AM #8
i would also say line-x
2006 gmc sierra, 4.8l, gibson headers, flowmasters exhaust, hypertech power programmer,4.10 gears, 3 inch rough country suspension lift w/ 285/70/17 cooper disoverer stt's, tinted windows, westin grill gaurd, herculiner bedliner, black fender flares, HID headlights,black painted front bumper
04-20-2008, 01:47 PM #9
Get a drop in liner!
I looked into both the spray-in and drop in liners. I've also had both on previous trucks. I opted for the drop-in liner in my '08 Silverado long bed. You can find info online about what they do to prep the bed for the spray-in. They sand the hell out of it to bare metal. The drop in is good because after you beat the hell out of it you can throw it away! You still have the option of a new looking bed or get a new one. For $185.00 I opted the drop-in with skid resistant coating and it was even installed for that price.
Hope this helps you guys!Current truck-
2008 Silverado LT1 XCAB LONG BED Z71 4x4
2002 Silverado LS XCAB LONG BED Z71 4x4
1998 Sierra XCAB LONG BED 4x4
1998 Silverado REG CAB 4x4
04-20-2008, 02:51 PM #10
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Drop in liners are fine but for best protection they need to be removed about once a year to wax and re-protect any bare metal spots caused by fluttering or sliding of the liner. This too is in the fine print on literature provided by some drop in liner manufacturers.
I've had both types of liners, they both wear about the same and both require maintenance to remain effective. It simply comes down to how much money you want to spend.
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