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#6281587 - 04/30/16 04:36 PM What's The Best Bedliner?
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Line-X, Rhinoliner, what's the best bed liner for a new truck bed? Looking for plain black and nothing slick when wet.
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#6281594 - 04/30/16 04:55 PM Re: What's The Best Bedliner? [Re: 30378]
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Factory if you can.

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#6281644 - 04/30/16 06:27 PM Re: What's The Best Bedliner? [Re: 30378]
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Coming from a guy who installed them for a few years, LineEx is the best, and I only sprayed them a few months. That being said, I don't put any kind of bed liner in my beds. They will all chip, so I don't waste my money on something that will still get torn up. I haul a bunch of rock in the bed of my truck, always sliding the shovels in to scoop the rock out, it's scratched beyond repair, but then again it's a truck bed.


Edited by BigPig (04/30/16 06:27 PM)
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#6281976 - 05/01/16 06:05 AM Re: What's The Best Bedliner? [Re: 30378]
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LineEx

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#6283992 - 05/02/16 04:43 PM Re: What's The Best Bedliner? [Re: 30378]
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Out of the ones ive had Tuff liner was the best.
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#6284552 - 05/03/16 06:49 AM Re: What's The Best Bedliner? [Re: 30378]
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I love my Speedliner. I haul all kinds of sh.. and don't have any chips or gouges in the bed. 2cents

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#6285229 - 05/03/16 02:23 PM Re: What's The Best Bedliner? [Re: 30378]
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Line-X.
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#6285740 - 05/03/16 08:03 PM Re: What's The Best Bedliner? [Re: 30378]
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Whatever they put in my Tundra from the factory cannot be harmed. Believe me I have tried.
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#6286067 - 05/03/16 10:30 PM Re: What's The Best Bedliner? [Re: TXHOGSLAYER]
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Originally Posted By: TXHOGSLAYER
Whatever they put in my Tundra from the factory cannot be harmed. Believe me I have tried.



There's an echo in this thread.... Factory, period.

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#6287064 - 05/04/16 04:35 PM Re: What's The Best Bedliner? [Re: 30378]
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No bed liner

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Originally Posted By: bill oxner
Ever spit it out rather than swallow it?

Originally Posted By: pegasaurus
Enjoy it while you can. One day you might be complaining about NOT getting random pop-ups in the morning. grin

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#6287117 - 05/04/16 05:04 PM Re: What's The Best Bedliner? [Re: TXHOGSLAYER]
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Originally Posted By: TXHOGSLAYER
Whatever they put in my Tundra from the factory cannot be harmed. Believe me I have tried.


Wanna bet grin

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#6289425 - 05/06/16 10:24 AM Re: What's The Best Bedliner? [Re: 30378]
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I used to spray bedliners year ago. If nothing has changed chemically then there's only 2 kinds. 1:1 and 2:1 ratio mixes. LineX type products are 1:1 and Rhino types are 2:1. The LineX types are harder/more durable, look more uniform like paint, but they are not as slip resistant. The Rhino type are softer, very slip resistant, but don't look as good to me and they tear easier. Just depends on what you are looking for. If you want your stuff to stay where you put it and not slide: Rhino. If you are going to abuse it heavily: LineX.
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#6289562 - 05/06/16 12:08 PM Re: What's The Best Bedliner? [Re: z71dustin]
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Originally Posted By: z71dustin
Originally Posted By: TXHOGSLAYER
Whatever they put in my Tundra from the factory cannot be harmed. Believe me I have tried.


Wanna bet grin



Ummm...no. grin But everything I have thrown at it including steel, gravel and power steering fluid haven't been able to bother it.
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#6289867 - 05/06/16 04:30 PM Re: What's The Best Bedliner? [Re: TXHOGSLAYER]
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Originally Posted By: TXHOGSLAYER
Whatever they put in my Tundra from the factory cannot be harmed. Believe me I have tried.


+1. When I first got my Tundra, I used to worry about scratching or chipping it. After almost 3 years, I don't worry about that any more.
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#6290971 - 05/07/16 08:03 PM Re: What's The Best Bedliner? [Re: aggiehunter03]
Dead Eye Mike Offline
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Originally Posted By: aggiehunter03
I used to spray bedliners year ago. If nothing has changed chemically then there's only 2 kinds. 1:1 and 2:1 ratio mixes. LineX type products are 1:1 and Rhino types are 2:1. The LineX types are harder/more durable, look more uniform like paint, but they are not as slip resistant. The Rhino type are softer, very slip resistant, but don't look as good to me and they tear easier. Just depends on what you are looking for. If you want your stuff to stay where you put it and not slide: Rhino. If you are going to abuse it heavily: LineX.


Truth spoken here. My 2013 factory Ford bedliner is tough as nails but items slide around like greased owl poop on a banana. My favorite was the Rhino Liner that I put in a F350 in 1999. It ended up with a couple of chips, but stuff stayed put.

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