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Thread: Line-x vs rhino liner
04-20-2008, 02:58 PM #11
I'm just going by what I saw on the internet when I was doing research!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
05-20-2008, 08:40 PM #12
- Join Date
- May 2008
- Southern California
I just went with Line-X for my 2008 Silverado 1500 Crew. I did research like most of the other guys here probably did. You'll probably get an even split on those who like both products, and no doubt some horror stories from those with bad experiences with either. I do believe that Line-X is applied at a warmer temperature and therefore cures more evenly and looks to form-fit the bed somewhat better.
Like any franchised product, it is only as good as the installer. Ask them how long they've been in business, who exactly is doing the application and how many vehicles have they done total AND how many of your specific vehicle. Also, avoid being the first truck of the day so you know the hoses are working fine and not clearing out any air pockets that will cause uneven application. You might want to go to the nearest truck accessory store and ask them where most of their customers are going for their spray-on. Finally, ask the installer if they do bedliners for any of the local Chevy dealers.
I believe the price difference between Rhino and Line-X are neglibile. Line-X does have a nation-wide warranty.
2008 Silverado 1500 Crew LT2
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