Bed liners

Discussion in 'General RVing' started by krsmitty, Aug 19, 2009.

  1. krsmitty

    krsmitty Senior Member

    I know that this topic has nothing to do with RV'ing per se, but thought there would be enough pick-up owners out there to give an opinion on sprayon bed liners like Rhino or Line-x. Presently have the typical plastic liner from the dealer, but thinking of going with the spray on. Will be installing a 5th wheel hitch before long. I assume they would have to cut parts of the loner to install it?

  2. Grandview Trailer Sa

    Grandview Trailer Sa Senior Member

    Re: Bed liners

    Personally, I recommend Line X. I have had it in 5 trucks and it is great. Life time warranty too.

    Have a spray liner done before a 5th wheel hitch is installed. They would have to cut your plastic liner for the hitch to fit.
  3. Patrick-HMS

    Patrick-HMS New Member

    Re: Bed liners

    Ditto on Line X...

    Extremely tough, lasts a long time, maintains and cleans easily.

    I have even had it applied to the painted lower exterior body panels on a 2006 F-150 (done in body color) that got some rough usage in my business. Stayed looking nice, buyer was really impressed with how cool it looked.

    I also have my utility trailers sprayed with Line X when they are new.
  4. WildWillyToo

    WildWillyToo New Member

    Re: Bed liners

    I've seen lots of both and believe they are both excellent choices.
    Personaly, I have Rhino on a small section of the keel of my aluminum fishing boat. I beach it frequently (intentionaly) and the aluminum was taking a beating. 3 years with Rhino and it's still as good as the day it was installed.
  5. H2H1

    H2H1 Senior Member

    Re: Bed liners

    Well on the car dolly I had, I took a can of Hercules bed cover paint and painted the ramps just where the tires goes up the ramp and in the tire bed tray. Then I painted the whole dolly cream color. the cream color covered the black but left the rough part for the car to get grip.
  6. DL Rupper

    DL Rupper Senior Member

    Re: Bed liners

    I have had the Rhino liner in both of my Dodge Rams and my son has it in the bed of his Chev Silverado and so far they have been excellent. I would say pick the service shop that gives you the best deal, as they both seem to be good. :)

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