April 14, 2008i need one that is tough but still looks good for a spray in
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April 14, 2008line-x, from what ive heard, i have no personal experience but people on here say they love theres
April 14, 2008i had a rhino lining in my old truck, it looked awesome and it was 1/4in thick, but it started to peel off the tailgate a little and it would rip when i was pullin heavy things out of the truck such as a dog box or sumthin. my friend has line-x and his has never peeled or ripped and it looks the same, maybe i just had some bad adhesive, but on my new truck ill deff. be going with line-x.
April 14, 2008I have line-x. it is over 3.5 years old. No scratches, no peeling. I love it.
April 14, 2008I say either rhino or line-x. I have friends that have both and havent heard complaints from them about either line-x or rhino.
April 14, 2008It is different from area to area because it all comes down to the installer. I work at Rhino so I am bias but I would go with the one that has the installer(s) with the most experience. Here we dominate Line-X but I know in other areas Line-X has the better name. Just do some research and go for the one that fits your needs the best.
April 15, 2008^^^ Good advice
Find out where your nearest dealers are for different brands, then visit the shops and ask to see some of their work.... good shops will have pictures or vehicles or test boards to show the spray.... There are lots of good brands out there.... Line X is tough and has the nationwide warrenty... but there is also many other ones on the market.... and don't count out a Bedrug either
(and if ya wait long enough Truck Daddy will be on telling you all about Line X, he is a dealer/installer of their product....)
April 15, 2008I have the technical data sheets of Rhino Tuff Grip and Hardline as well as LINE-X. LINE-X is stronger. LINE-X has a 70 pound per linear inch higher tear strength than either Rhino products. Also, LINE-X has a 25 degree higher temperature tolerance.
LINE-X has an optional product called Xtra. Xtra resists fading and loss of gloss, is more stain and scratch resistant, actually migrates into the bedliner achieving a preferred mechanical bond, and contains Dupont Kevlar for extreme durability. Rhino has a UV topcoat that's made of an iso/polyurethane blend. It's strickly a topcoat and can be worn down with heavy use.
Lots of LINE-X pics here: linexfortworthtexas.com
April 15, 2008^^^ Have you gotten any research on that new Reflex line, GaurdIt or something like that
April 15, 2008I'm aware of GuardIt, but I've not been able to find much info on it nor have I run across a Reflex dealer that sells it. Langeman (owner of Reflex) doesn't seem to advertise it much either.
BTW, Langeman has filed suit against Rhino Linings and a few other companies for alleged patent infringement of their WireTrim tape. LINE-X is not involved in the lawsuit.
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