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    Cool pics of white NBS with line-x bedliner

    If you use the bed of your truck alot than I'd go over the rail.

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    Default Line-x Undercoating

    Just bought my 08 Silverado. It did not come with undercoating on the rear wheel-wells. I'm thinking about doing spray in line-x rather than a standard undercoating for the wheel-wells along with the bed of my truck. Has anybody done this to their wheel-wells? Any pics?

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    Kind of off topic, but it has to do with line-x. How rough is it after it's sprayed in? I sleep in the bed of my truck when I go to the beach and places like that. So I don't want the line x to rub the skin off of my arms if I'm moving around. Lol. Can you choose how rough the material is?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ZSI52 View Post
    Kind of off topic, but it has to do with line-x. How rough is it after it's sprayed in? I sleep in the bed of my truck when I go to the beach and places like that. So I don't want the line x to rub the skin off of my arms if I'm moving around. Lol. Can you choose how rough the material is?
    I don't know if you can choose, but you can probably tell whoever is going to spray it for you that you need it a little smoother. It really depends on their gun setup though. Mine is pretty rough, I know I wouldn't want to sleep on just the bed. A blanket over it though, and it would be fine.
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    Yea I agree, its all how the gun is setup. I know two different guys with Rhino Lining, and one guys is real rough, and one guys is real smooth.

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    Im kinda new here so forgive me if it's been talked about but are there any real product differences between Rhino linings and Line-X linings?
    and...I'm sure it kinda depends on where you live but roughly how much do they cost?

    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kman1022 View Post
    Im kinda new here so forgive me if it's been talked about but are there any real product differences between Rhino linings and Line-X linings?
    and...I'm sure it kinda depends on where you live but roughly how much do they cost?

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    My Line-X is smooth and no pics because mine looks exactly like the other white extended cab with over the rails. I do plumbing so insisted that I got over the rails and am very happy/pleased that I did. When I say the line-x is smooth, it is nothing like sand paper. A lot of my stuff in the back slides if I don't strap it down but its nice when you put in a giant water heater and can slide the damn thing out without too much effort.

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