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I'm looking having a spray in bed liner done in the near futher. I live in rural alabama, so red clay is all over. I also garden. What is your opinion of spray in bed liners? :gr_patrio
 

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line-x
 

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rhino has the best warranty and withstands harsh treatment
 

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I'd go with Line-X if I didn't already have a drop and hard cover.
 

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Line Rider said:
I'm looking having a spray in bed liner done in the near futher. I live in rural alabama, so red clay is all over. I also garden. What is your opinion of spray in bed liners? :gr_patrio
You should look into a brand called Toff. They have an excellent product, and while it's not as widely known, it's probably the best (certainly the best I have seen). It should be available in your area...

http://www.toffliners.com/ :gr_patrio
 

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Line x over the rails all the way.
 

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LineX is a great liner, and I've compared mine to a few friends Rhino's and they just look all chalky compared to the LineX.
 

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I just got mine line-xed friday and I love it. The real kicker is my friend owns one of the Rhino dealerships here and I still went with Line-x. I think it is a high quality then Rhino.
 

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Line-x!! I love mine!!!
 

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Line-X!!
 

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I love my xtreme liner. I've had it a year and no fading at all, still shines like a diamond. The guy that did it told me it is more resistant to UV rays then Line-X. This is a very hard liner, I had a 80lb dehumidifier in the bed of my truck and had to stop quick from 60 and the thing slammed into the front of the bed, no dent at all. Line-x and xtreme liners are high pressure systems where Rhino and onew like it are low pressure. I watched the guy install mine, it was dry in like 15 seconds, rhino takes time to cure. Rhino will tear and peal for sure in years to come. I've seen a lot of lin-x peeling as well. check out xtremeliners.com and locate a dealer. They are growing and will probably will be as big as line-x one day. If you like a shiny bed liner then definately go with xtreme. My Ford had Line-x and faded after a year so I know what I am talking about.
 

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Line-X rocks! :rck: I absolutely LOVE mine...

 

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I'll chime in with the majority here...Line-X
 

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line-x had mine a year so far and no fading, i love it plus go over the rails but not all the way..like mine....you get the protection but not the look of over the rails.
 

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Line-x. Only way to go. I'm a construction worker so I'm in all kinds of nasty mud. Line-x has never stained nor chiped yet.
 

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LineX all the way. Had it in the Dak, used steel shovels and rake to empty 10x500kg loads of stone for landscaping and not a mark on it. It's going in the Ram next.
 
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