Pickup Bedliners

velvetfoot Posted By velvetfoot, Aug 31, 2013 at 9:55 PM

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  1. Dix

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    Rhino'd the F250 3 weeks new. Never looked back.

    8 years later, still rocking.

    Your call.
     
  2. Machria

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    I Rhino'd my F150 Supercrew in 2001, when it was a few weeks old. It looks like the day I had it sprayed on, 12 or 13 years later, and it has taken some serious abuse. Boat anchors, loads of wood, construction done ON IT, cinder blocks..... you name it. I don't know what that stuff is, and I probably don't wanna know, but it is amazing stuff.
     
  3. Ashful

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    I've torn up a Rhino liner pretty good. You're not working it hard enough. ;lol

    Still, I'd have nothing but a spray-in liner, over the rails if you please. It's the only way to go, IMO.
     
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  4. Stihl_WoodBandit

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    I buy the "Al's Liner" product. Google them or look at the process on youtube. It's a do it your of spray on Berliner nearly identical to line-x.
    Plus you can spray the tailgate and floor thicker since they take more beatings. It's $100 per gallon, you can get the same spray gun at harbor freight for $20. If you have a toolbox, rocker panels, boat trailer or any thing else, you can spray them too! One gallon is supposed to do it 3/16" on a short bed truck. I bought 2 gallons as I have a long bed and had other things to spray. Works great and holds up also.
     
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