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Thread: bed liners????

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    I've been thinkin bout puttin a bed liner in my truck and i was woundering if anyone has ever used the ones you can get at a parts houses and how did it hold up? Because i was looking other day and you can get the whole kit for like 90 bucks and that sure beats the hell out of payin bout 400 for a line-x.

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    You can try the hurc-a-liner stuff or the drop-ins, but if you use your truck like I do, you will want to pay for that Line-X or Rhino Liner. They are thicker, tougher, and look better for longer...

    P.S.- The drop-in's tend to trap water under them, resulting in rust...
    2010 Equinox LT
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    X2 on what Mean_Green_95 has Said,I have a drop in Bed liner and I'm not happy with it.In the next couple of months I'm going with Line-X.

    MIKE


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    i got a penda skid resistor drop in bedliner on mine when i bought it and haven't had a problem with water or warpage. They cost about $200-$250. Plus cargo doesn't move around hardly at all. I've never had a spray-on bedliner so i couldn't tell u about them.

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    Magnaflow 4" Dual Exhaust
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    Westin step bars
    Penda Skid Resistor bed liner
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    Bak Industries plastic bed rail caps
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    Alpine 6 1/2" SPG-17C2 in rear
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    I say go with the professionally sprayed liner. I have the rhino and i absolutely love it and will never have a truck without it. I use my truck to haul a lot of things and i am yet to even put a mark in it. It's thick, looks great, and stuff doesnt slide anywhere. My test was a 12-pack of bottled beer. I set it in the back and drove about 15 miles to a friends house. The case didnt move, i was just driving normally. Im sure that if you hit an S-curve doin 55mph somethin might move around haha. Spend the $400 and get the spray in liner
    -Nick
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    Custom pin striping, Bed Rail Protectors, GM Bed Liner, Husky Liner Floor Liners, Tint, Wade In-Channel Window Visors, Tractor Supply Black Low Profile Toolbox


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    Cool bed liners???

    X3 what MeanGreen95 said.

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    Default Get Line-x

    I have Line-X. Believe me, its worth it.
    2000 Chevy Silverado 1500 5.3L Z71 - 4x4


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    well boys sounds like i better go with the spray in, thanks

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    Smile spray on bedliner

    I have Qwikliner and it works well. QWIK LINER Spray-On bedliner is industry proven to provide your truck bed with anti skid, permanent abrasion-resistant protection. The unique flexible, textured, non-porous lining is easy to clean and will not warp, crack or peel.

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    X2 on the LineX. If you use a do it yourself kit the quality of the liner will all depend on how well you prep the old paint in your bed.
    Jim

    2004 SILVERADO 2500HD LS
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    285-75-16 Cooper ST All Terrains
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    Linux Bed Liner
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