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Unread 08-24-2011, 07:56 PM   #1
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Spray on bed liners?

Well, just bought me a pick-em-up truck after driving vans for the last 11 years. I was wondering if anybody got a spray on liner, if you liked it, or if you had any problems?

I'm leaning toward line-x, but undecided.
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The Tundra I'm thinking of buying has a spray on bed-liner. I love them.
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On two previous trucks I had, I bought a drop in liner...but a small amount of debris under the liner caused a rather huge amount of scratching. And that was with me occasionally removing it to clean under there. And that lead to rust.

If I did another liner someday, I'd do a spray on liner.
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I've had both and prefer the spray on. Much easier to keep clean. Add a piece of 1/8" Masonite so the pallets of Tile can slide in

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put a Rhino on the bed of my 2000 Sonoma right after I bought it and it's doing fine. Granted I don't beat my truck like you guys but I believe it is warranted against failure of any kind. Much better than the drop-in liners in previous trucks. One thing I like is that things don't slide as much. Would not hesitate to do it again if I plan to keep it more than a couple of years especially a work truck.

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