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Old 04-30-2010, 10:44 PM   #1
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best "rhino liner" (bed liner) type of product

I'm looking to do the interior (floors) of my truck in this stuff. I was hoping some people had some experience with it. I'm pretty much looking for the best, most rugid, and durable product out there. I will be applying it myself. Any input would be awesome!
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Old 04-30-2010, 11:04 PM   #2
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speedliner and onyx are 2 great products.. onyx has a unlimited lifetime warranty too..
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i used Herculiner fro my floorbards. i did it about a yr ago i guess and it still looks brandnew. road noise is a littel loouder, tranny tunnle gets a littel warm to the touch. but i love it.

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Hey yoder519.... your dash is filthy....:-D...
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Hey yoder519.... your dash is filthy....:-D...
haha yea. it stays like that
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I used Herculiner in my bed and hate it. It looked good for a month then faded and started to peel off. I dont know how it will hold up in a cab, but mine looks horrible, by far the worst thing i have done to my truck.

however in the cab it might hold up because it is not affected as much by the sun. If u use this make sure u prep the metal really good. I used a wire wheel on my whole bed.
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good to know. I was contemplating getting the whole thing cleaned and prepped and then having someone spray lineX in it b/c i've read nothing but amazing stuff about it. I know it'd be a lot more $$, but would probably be worth it.
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