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Thread: Spray Liners?

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    What is the best liner out there. I had a truck with the do it yourswlf kit and it wasn't all that hot. I heard Line-X was the best you could get but then I heard Rhino line was better. I have always had the plastic bed liners with the exception of the one I did the do it yourself in. Any ideas, Thanks

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    The only spray-in liner I have ever used was Line-X and I was 100% happy with it. I wouldn't do it myself becuase I'm not all that "accurate" on that type of thing and would probably have line-x on my windows.

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    I have had 2 pickups with Line-x. Very durable and thick. No peeling and Professionally done as far as coverage and nice straight lines.
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    I had Rhino on my preivous truck and absolutlely loved it. I had bucket loaders put rocks,gravel and mulch in it and not one scratch or flaw.
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    I had an Onyx spray in liner applied because it was the only one that came with an unconditional lifetime guarantee. Yipes installed it and I could not be happier.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gundog View Post
    I had an Onyx spray in liner applied because it was the only one that came with an unconditional lifetime guarantee. Yipes installed it and I could not be happier.
    Not had much experience with that. Is that a regioanl brand or are they national?

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