Thinking about Line X'ing my truck. Just wanting to know if anyone has had any product longer than 10 years or so. If so how has it held up, to the elements and wear and tear?
My 78 Sierra is used weekly for hauling scrap metal to the recycler and its has a few scrapes but nothing down to the metal. What I have been told if the bedliner is not mixed correctly it will be soft and peel very easily. Whatever brand you decide on make sure its applied at a reputable shop that has been doing it for awhile.I had Rhino in another truck and it was soft and cut easly.:grrrrrr:
I agree, I have had both the Rhino and Line X. I have Line X now, it is much stronger and has a finer texture so that it doesn't tear like the Rhino did on me. Maybe my Rhino wasn't done correctly, but I like the Line X 100 times better.I've had my Line-X in my '05 Silverado since December '04 and it still looks great. As I've said before on the site I use the heck out of mine, chainsaws, large rocks, fuel etc...:great: I had Rhino in another truck and it was soft and cut easly.:grrrrrr:
The only thing that I do not like about the plastic liners is that water can get underneath it and can rust the bed over time. I have had problems with the sides warping over time as well and than they scrap my paint along it.I just have one of those plastic throw in liners, and i'm more then happy with it. Highly recommend one, even if you do have a spray in liner, the spray in liners are grippy, while my plastic one isn't so it's great for loading my sled.