Best spray-in BED LINER?

Darron

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I'm trying to finish out the box on my new 2020 Laramie 2500: both bed liner and shell.

Anyone have thoughts on best spray-in bed liner? Rhino Lining is closest and easiest for me. $450 for my short box.
 

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I would say Line-X or Rhino lining as both have been around for a long time. I have had both altho it has been a long time since I have had Rhino lining. Rhino lining place here went out of Biz so LineX is what I put in my new truck. $450 sounds like a great price. I paid $599 for my linex in a 6.4 box
 

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I have a Line-X which I imagine is pretty similar to Rhino. I have had a pallet of blocks (1800lbs+) slid in with a fork lift and then pushed over the axle and all that weight and crap grinding under the pallet didn't do a thing. I tried a DIY bed liner in an older truck years ago and it went about a year before it started peeling up. Also scratched easier than I would have liked. Could have been poor prep on my part that caused the peeling, but I wouldn't recommend going that direction anyway.
 

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I've used Rhino Linings and Line-X. Both brands served me well. I like the Rhino a bit better due to the texture and non-slip characteristics. Both did well as far as UV ray damage and they hold up to wet/cold weather just fine.
 

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I used Bullet Liner. It held up well for me on my last truck an is doing good on the current truck.

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I used Bullet Liner. It held up well for me on my last truck an is doing good on the current truck.

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I agree I had and have bullet liner in mine and love it, they hold up great and they stand behind their products.

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I have the softer Rhino Liner TuffGrip in the bed of my truck. It’s thick and really provides protection. It’s also easy on the hands and knees if your crawling in the back.

I’ve had Line X before and it worked good too. I just didn’t want to drive 2 hours to get it sprayed in.
 

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Lot of liners are soft to some point.

Look up Monstaliner. That stuf goes on and cures hard. I used it as exterior paint on my Cherokee. I would demonstrate it by jabbing my knife into to it. No chips or damage.

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Which ever is closest and can get you in. Here locally the cost is about the same for Line-X and Rhino Lining. The products are virtually the same. They say Rhino is softer, but I don't know. I went with Rhino simply because they could get me in right away. The Line-X place was a 2 week wait. My buddy across the street has Line-X and I can't tell the difference. The cost is low enough for both that it really wouldn't make sense to go with some off-brand or knock-off product just to save a few $$$.
 
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